If I get a mail-in ballot, can I go to the polls on Election Day?

If you voted the ballot and returned it, this is identified in the sign-in process at the polls and you WILL NOT be able to cast a vote in person on election day.

The mail-in ballot you received includes a bar code, so if you do not fill out the ballot and decide to vote at the polls, you must bring the ENTIRE MAIL-IN PACKET, which means ALL associated envelopes and papers, to your polling station. Your mail-in ballot can then be properly invalidated and you can vote at the polls.

If you do NOT have the ENTIRE MAIL-IN PACKET when you go to your polling location, you will be asked to complete a Provisional Ballot.

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1. Do I have to vote by mail?
2. What is the difference between an Absentee Ballot and a Mail-in Ballot?
3. Can I still request a Mail-in or Absentee Ballot?
4. Once I fill out my ballot, do I have to return it by mail?
5. When should I mail back my ballot?
6. I received a mail-in ballot application in the mail that I did not request. What should I do?
7. Where did they get my information?
8. I requested a mail-in ballot but have not received it yet?
9. If I get a mail-in ballot, can I go to the polls on Election Day?
10. What is a provisional ballot?
11. Who is on the County Board of Elections?