Absentee Voting & Photo I.D.

Absentee Ballot Requests
Absentee requests for ballots sent by mail must be accompanied by a photocopy or picture of an acceptable form of voter I.D.  Once you have sent the Clerk’s Office a photocopy of your I.D., you will not need to send copies with future requests.  Please read your absentee ballot instruction letter very carefully.  We want your vote to count!

Hospitalized Voters
Hospitalized voters may appoint an agent to pick up their ballot from the Clerk’s Office.  The agent needs to bring the hospitalized voter’s photo I.D. to the Clerk’s Office.

In-Person Absentee Voting
Absentee voters casting a ballot in the City Clerk’s Office must present a photo I.D. just as they would if they were voting at the polls.