2022 Special Election
Vote by June 11, 2022!


The election will be conducted by mail. Polling places will not be open on election day.

Voters will automatically receive absentee ballots. You do not need to apply.

The deadline to update your voter registration, or to register to vote, is May 12th.

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Ballots for the primary election were mailed on April 27th.

Early & Absentee In-Person voting begins on May 27th. Election day for the PRIMARY election is June 11th. Absentee Ballots must be postmarked on or before this date.

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Special Election Timeline

April 27

Early & Absentee In-Person Voting Begins

May 12

Ballots Mailed to Voters

May 27

Voter Registration Deadline

June 11

Election Day (Absentee Ballots must be postmarked on or before June 11)

August 16

The ranked-choice Special General Election AND the Regular Primary Election

October 24

Early voting locations open for the General Election

November 8

General Election Day, ranked-choice ballot

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Information about Special Election & General Election.

It's time to vote in the Special Election for U.S Representative. The U.S. House of Representatives makes laws that influence our daily lives. It holds hearings to inform the legislative process, conducts investigations to oversee the executive branch, and serves as the voice of the people and the states in the federal government. This is an important election, and your vote will matter. 

This election is vote-by-mail and polling places will not be open on Election Day. Check your mailbox; ballots were mailed on April 27. Didn't receive your ballot? Make sure to call the Division of Elections. You can also vote in person at Accessible Vote Centers starting on May 27. 

Voting by mail is easy, safe, and secure! Make sure to sign the back of your ballot, and don't forget to have a family, a friend, or a neighbor witness your signature. Your ballot must be postmarked by Election Day on June 11. 

This election is a top-four primary, meaning you will only choose one candidate. The top four candidates with the most votes will advance to the general election.