18 Jun Vote Absentee — Jeff Beals for Congress
As you know, our June 26 primary is fast-approaching. But there’s a more pressing deadline for those planning on voting absentee— Tuesday, June 19.
To vote absentee, you must first submit an absentee application, either:
- By mail (must be post-marked by June 19) OR…
- Submitted in-person to your county board of election offices (no later than June 25)
Again, if you want to mail in your absentee application, it must be post-marked by June 19. Otherwise, you can submit your application in-person to your county board of election offices anytime between now and June 25.
If you are unable to vote for our campaign at your designated polling place on Tuesday, June 26 because you are away, or ill or disabled, you can vote absentee by mailing in an absentee ballot. But you must first submit an application to do so, either by mail or in-person.
After submitting your application and getting approval, the ballot itself can be submitted by mail (post-marked by June 25) or submitted in-person at your county Board of Elections offices (by end of day June 26).