The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the voting procedure in this year’s general election. Follow these steps to ensure you can vote, and vote safely:

Review Your Registration

Before October 5th, review your voter registration to ensure it matches your current personal information and address. The most common changes to voter registrations are:

  1. Name (if, for example, you’ve gotten married and changed your name)
  2. Address (if, for example, you’ve moved recently)
  3. Party Affiliation (if you’ve changed your mind recently)

To review your registration, visit and click “Review Your Registration”.

If your personal information is correct, great! You’re ready to vote in the election. If something needs to change, then it’s time to update your registration.

Register to Vote or Update Your Registration by October 5th

To register to vote or to update your registration, visit and click “New/Update Registration”. To register/update, you will need your social security number, date of birth, and your Driver’s License number (if you have one).

Ways to Vote

Because of the coronavirus, voting is different in this election than ever before.

  1. Vote by mail

    This is the safest and easiest way to vote in this election.

    Voters may request an absentee ballot using an online form at if they are worried about contracting or spreading COVID-19 if they vote in person.

    You will need: first name, last name, date of birth, and the last four digits of your social security number.

    The deadline to request a ballot is October 9th at 11:59 p.m. local time.

    The ballot must be in the mail (and postmarked) by Tuesday, November 3rd.

    Postage for the ballot is pre-paid, so you don’t even need a stamp!

  2. Vote early in person from October 13th — November 2nd

    Don’t want to wait until Election Day? You can vote early! Anyone can vote early for any reason in this year’s election.

    Voting will take place during the clerk’s business hours Monday through Friday, and for at least four hours every Saturday between October 13th and November 2nd. To find the early voting polling locations in your county, click here.

  3. Vote on Election Day (NOTE: Polling locations may be different)

    You can still vote on Election Day, November 3rd, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time.

    To find the Election Day polling locations in your county, click here.

    Each county will have at least one voting “supercenter”. At these locations, any registered voter in the county can vote, regardless of where their precinct is located in the county.

    County election officials are determining where additional polling locations will be located and they have the ability ro reduce polling sites. All county election plans must be approved by the governor, secretary of state, and State Board of Elections. Once those plans are approved and polling locations are set, we will update this space.

Important Dates

  • Now — October 5th @ 4:00pm ET → Voters may check their registration, update their registration or register to vote
  • Now — October 9th @ 11:59pm ET → Voters may request absentee ballots at if they are concerned about contracting or spreading COVID-19
  • October 13th — November 2nd → Early, in-person voting begins and runs Monday-Saturday
  • November 3rd → Election Day: in-person voting is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • November 3rd → Election Day: deadline for mailing in absentee ballots; ballots must be postmarked by today