How do I register to vote?
What you must do to register to vote:
You must be at least 17 years and ten months of age on the date your application is submitted. Your application must be submitted 30 days before an election for you to be eligible to vote in that election. Your spouse, parent, or child (acting as an agent) may complete and sign a voter registration application for you, provided that this person is a registered voter, or has applied for voter registration.
What happens after I send in the postcard application?
You will receive a yellow and white (the color for 2012 - 2013) voter certificate in the mail. Be sure that all your information is correct. (If there is a mistake, immediately make corrections and return it to the registrar. You will receive a color coded certificate every two years. Present this certificate at the polling place on election day.
What do I do if I move somewhere within the county?
Promptly notify the voter registrar in writing of your new address by:
What do I do if I move somewhere outside the county?
You must re-register! Complete an application and mail it or take it in person to the voter registrar of your new county. You will be registered 30 days after your application is submitted, and you'll receive a new certificate.
You may be eligible to vote a limited ballot in your new county of residence after moving if:
What do I do if my name changes?
Promptly notify the voter registrar in writing of your new name by:
What if I lose my certificate?
Notify the voter registrar in writing, or call, and they will issue you a new one. You may vote without your certificate by signing an affidavit at the polling place and presenting proof of identification.