Registering to Vote
If you are not registered to vote, please click the "Voter Registration Application" link in the menu. You may bring
the application to the office or mail it in (if mailed in, proof of ID will be required the first time you vote).
Not sure if you are registered to vote? Not sure which precinct to vote in?
Click here to check your voting status, and at which
precinct you vote. If the address shown is incorrect, or if you have had a name change, please notify the election office.
Election Dates in 2018
County Primary: Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Early voting: April 11 through April 26
If you are not a registered voter, the last day to register and be able to vote in this election is April 2.
County General, City, and State Primary:
Thursday, August 2, 2018
Early voting: July 13 through July 28
If you are not a registered voter, the last day to register and be able to vote in this election is July 3.
Federal and State General Election: Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Early voting: October 17 through November 1
If you are not a registered voter, the last day to register and be able to vote in this election is October 9.
Early voting is at the election office. Early voting hours for each election are 8am-4pm on weekdays, and 8am-12pm on Saturdays.
Election day voting hours are 9am-7pm. Voters voting on election day must vote at the polling place in the precinct where they reside.
Voters who wish to vote absentee (and are legally entitled to do so) may request an absentee ballot. The last day the
office may receive absentee ballot requests is seven (7) days before an election. Requests received after
this date can not be processed. Persons in the military or who are overseas may request a ballot for all 2018 elections on
or after January 1, 2018. For more information about voting absentee,
Print an absentee ballot
request form for the August election