Vote By mail
Your ability to vote in a free and fair election is one of your most important rights as an American citizen and it is guaranteed to you by the 15th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
INFORMATION TO HELP YOU VOTE BY MAIL
Vote-by-mail refers to voting a ballot received by mail or picked up by or for a voter who is unable or unwilling to go to the polls to vote during early voting or Election Day. A voter does not have to be absent from the county of residence or have an excuse in order to vote-by-mail except on Election Day (see details below). A request covers all elections through the end of the calendar year for the second ensuing regularly scheduled general election.
Requesting a Ballot
To receive a vote-by-mail ballot, the voter or authorized person must make a request in one of the following ways:
For those making the request on behalf of themselves, the following information is required:
If a request is being made on behalf of an immediate family member or legal guardian, the following additional information must be provided:
The deadline to request that a vote-by-mail ballot be mailed is no later than 5 p.m. on the sixth day before the election. Otherwise, a vote-by-mail ballot can be picked-up until and including on Election Day. However, the ballot must still be received by the Supervisor of Elections no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day if the voted ballot is to count.
Visit Lake County Supervisor of Elections office website or office to find the following information:
The information on this page was gathered from the Lake County Supervisor of Elections Website we sugest that you check to see if there have been changes or updates.