Information for Voters

Request your absentee application online

If you request an absentee ballot online through you MUST print and either mail/fax/email it in to receive a ballot.

Absentee voting for the General election will be open in October in office.  Curbside should only be requested for those who need it.  Curbside voting is also available on Election day at all precincts for those over 65 or with a disability.

Our office is taking precautionary measures for the pandemic.  Please be patient we only allow 4 people inside at a time due to social distancing.  Staff will be wearing masks, gloves and cleaning equipment, counters and doors frequently.  Voters are not required to wear a mask in order to come in.  Governor McMaster has recommended voters do so for their safety.

When voting voters should review their ballot to ensure correctness.  Before casting it, please review for correctness.


Register to Vote or Change Your Address Online

Printable Change of Address Form

Cancel my voter registration form

Check Your Voter Registration

Military or Overseas Citizens

Find your polling location

 Precinct Names and Locations

Students [PDF]

Convicted Felons [PDF]

Voting Questions

 Absentee Voting Information

 Photo Id

 Election Assistance Commission