Polling Place

You must be registered to vote 30 days prior to the election to vote at a polling place. Missed the 30-day deadline? You have options. 


Voting at your polling place on Election Day is a fun experience. But having a good experience takes preparation. Visit the My Voter Page to verify that your polling place is still the same, print out directions or view a sample ballot to get a preview of what you'll vote on.  And don’t forget to bring a photo ID or an official document with your name and address. 

Benefits Of Voting At Your Polling Place

See Your Neighbors

Casting Your Ballot

Casting Your Ballot

image25

Going to your polling place on Election Day is a community event.

Casting Your Ballot

Casting Your Ballot

Casting Your Ballot

image26

Your ballot is deposited directly into a precinct tabulator or into a secured ballot box.

I Voted Sticker

Observe The Process

Observe The Process

image27

Everybody loves the "I Voted" sticker!

Observe The Process

Observe The Process

Observe The Process

image28

You get to see first hand the process and security measures in place.