Protect Your Vote With a Mail-in Ballot

The COVID-19 outbreak is a great reminder that unforeseen circumstances can keep you from voting. That's why it makes sense to have an insurance policy in the form of a Vote-by-Mail ballot.

With a mail-in ballot sent to your home you can still vote in-person on Election Day. You can also drop off your completed ballot during the early voting period or simply mail it in—the choice is yours. A mail-in ballot gives you more ways to vote and more freedom to make your voice heard. Learn more about recent changes to Vote-by-Mail here.

Protect your vote! Sign up at and encourage your family and friends to do the same. Enrollment lasts for two general election cycles, so make sure to check your enrollment at, even if you think you are already signed up.

Vote From Home

Nothing should stop you from voting in 2020! Your mail-in ballot gives you freedom and keeps you safe.

  • Steven Hawes
    published this page in Blog 2020-03-23 23:34:09 -0400