Advice: Keep the Envelopes your Mail-in Ballot Came In
Letter to the Editor
October 15, 2020
To the Editor:
Here is some important information for any registered voter who requested a ballot to vote by mail.
If you change your mind and decide to vote in person on Election Day, election officials recommend that you go to the polls with your mail-in ballot and all the envelopes it came in.
Do not throw away the envelopes your mail-in ballot came in. Also, be sure to take government-issued identification such as a driver’s license.
If you threw away the envelopes that your mail-in ballot came in, you will have to request a provisional ballot when you go to vote in person.