As of June 1, the County has sent out approximately 80,000 absentee or mail-in ballots. The County has made arrangements with the United State Postal Service to send 6,000 applications today.
Those applications will be delivered to homes by tomorrow. There are approximately 400 ballots that will not be mailed due to the timing and staffing constraints. Residents who do not receive their mail in ballot can vote provisionally at their polling location.
For residents who have not yet mailed in their ballot, you will have several options to have your vote counted.