Voting Just Became Easier with E-Poll Books

Beginning with the May 2 election, voters will now be checked into their polling location with e-poll books. While this will not change how voters cast their vote (paper ballots will still be used), e-poll books will speed up the check in process and provide other great benefits to both voters and election officials.

Voters who would like to preview the technology before Election Day are invited to attend demonstrations being held at local libraries throughout this week. Click here to view schedule.

Early Voting Schedule for May 2 Election

The May 2 election is just under a month away, but you don’t have to wait until Election Day to cast your vote! Voters can vote early at the Board of Elections now through May 1. Click here for full details.

Voting by mail is also a convenient alternative to voting in person. To request your ballot, complete and return your vote-by-mail application by noon on April 29. Click here to download your application.