Track your ballot
Mailing your ballot is the safest voting option during the pandemic.
Get notified when your vote-by-mail ballot is mailed, received and counted. You can sign up for email, text or voice message notifications.
Your voting information
If you missed the registration deadline you can still register and vote in person through November 3.
Ways to vote
Vote by mail
Any registered voter can mail their ballot up to Election Day. This is the safest option in the pandemic.
Vote in person before Election Day
The City Hall Voting Center will be open starting October 5. Wear a face covering when you go.
Vote at a polling place on Election Day
All polling places will be open 7 am to 8 pm on November 3. Wear a face covering when you go.
Get election materials in accessible formats and learn about accessible voting equipment.
Get election materials in a variety of languages and multilingual help before and on Election Day.
Be a poll worker and protect voter rights by helping all voters to cast their vote.
Learn how to register, when to register, and what to expect after you submit your registration.
Rank candidates in order of preference and eliminate the need to have separate runoff elections.
Some non-citizen residents are eligible to register and vote in the School Board Election on November 3.