Did you know? You can have help with voting!

If you have a disability or are unable to read or write, you may have help requesting a mail-in ballot and voting. Any person can help you except:

  • A candidate on your ballot;
  • Your employer or an agent of your employer; or
  • An officer or agent of your union.

If you need help completing the mail-in ballot application, someone can help you with Parts 1, 2, and 3 of the application and must complete Part 4. If you cannot sign the application, the person helping you should print your name in Part 3 and write his or her initials after your name.

If you need help voting your ballot, the person helping you must mark the ballot according to your wishes and cannot make an effort to influence your vote. This person must also complete the Certification of Person Assisting mail-in Voter (provided with your mail-in ballot). This certification must be returned with your voted ballot.

Contact your local board of elections for more information on this process.