Make sure your voter registration is updated, and remember to request an absentee ballot if you will be out of town for the election. Check out the links and information below for more voting details!

Voting in the August 23rd Democratic Primary 


July 29th 

Voter Registration Deadline. 

In person applications must be received by the Board of Elections by July 29th. Mail applications must be postmarked by July 29th and received no later than August 3rd. Click here for the online application portal.

August 3rd

Change of Address Deadline. 

Notices of change of address from registered voters must be received by August 3rd in order to be processed in time for the primary election. Click here to check your voter registration status and update your voting address online. 

August 8th

Absentee Ballot Application Deadline [Online and Mail].  

Board of Elections must receive absentee ballot applications via mail or the online portal by August 8th. Click here to apply for an absentee ballot online. 

August 13th

First Day of Early Voting. 

In person early voting begins on Monday, August 13th and runs for two weeks, until Sunday, August 21st. Voters can also return completed absentee ballots at early voting locations. Click here for early voting locations and hours. Remember, your early voting location may be different than your Election Day polling location. 

August 21st

Last Day of Early Voting. 

August 22nd

Absentee Ballot Application Deadline [In-Person] 

Last day to apply for an absentee ballot in-person. NOTE: In the majority of situations, voters should apply for an absentee ballot online or via mail by the August 8th deadline. 

August 23rd


Polls are open from 6AM to 9PM for in-person voting on Election Day.  Click here to look up your polling location. Remember, your Election Day polling location may be different than your early voting location. Mailed absentee ballots must be postmarked by August 23rd. Voters can also return absentee ballots in-person until 9PM on August 23rd at their polling location or County Board of Elections.