This election season, we are fortunate to have choices in how we participate in voting; we can do so in person or by mail.  Either way, checks and balances have been put in place to ensure that the votes are being tracked and counted. For example, did you know that you can vote in person as long as you haven’t already voted by mail. If you choose not to return your mail-in ballot, you can vote in person on Election Day or during early voting. You can also vote in person if you mail your ballot and it does not reach your election office by Election Day or if your mail-in ballot is rejected for any reason.
Please use the resources from the Secretary of State’s Election Division to ensure that you are participating – remember every vote counts!