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  1. What about my privacy. Is all information confidential?
  2. What is the e-VoterGuide?
  3. What if I move after I have registered to vote?
  4. Can I visit this site to get a e-VoterGuide more than once?
  5. Can I also receive mailed printed Voter Information Pamphlet (VIP) as well as the e-VoterGuide?
  6. How do I find out where my polling location is?
  7. What if I change my mind after I have opted out of getting a printed (VIP) in the mail?
  8. Can I vote on line also?
  9. Will I be charged for this service?
  10. What does this myvoteinfo.com do for me?
  11. What does myvoteinfo.com do for the county?
  12. Are there any other places I can go to vote? Expand Question
  13. Can I vote by mail?
  14. What is the last day to register to vote?
  15. What is the last day I can request a printed (VIP) be mailed to me if I change my mind?
  16. When is election day?
  17. What races, candidates or contests are on the ballot or in the (VIP)?
  18. How do I select the county on myvoteinfo.com?
  19. What languages is the e-VoterGuide available to me in?
  20. Can I convert the text to speech?
  21. Is my polling place accessible to disabled people?

 

 

What about my privacy. Is all information confidential?
myvoteinfo.com is not a personal information gathering web site and will never provide any data to outside commercial interests. We do not sell or use this information. Our use of this information is done under Federal and State regulations and we will only share the data with the Elections Office conducting this election.

 

What is the e-VoterGuide?
The e-VoterGuide provides the general public with a simple means of electronically accessing a sample ballot and election voter information pamphlet (VIP) online specific to their party, polling district and language. This not only allows you to review your (VIP) book whenever you want to; it also saves your county by not having to purchase and mail a printed paper version of the (VIP) book.

 

What if I move after I have registered to vote?
You must re register with your County Election office if you move. They will update their records accordingly.

 

Can I visit this site to get a e-VoterGuide more than once?
Yes, as many times as you like.

 

Can I also receive mailed printed Voter Information Pamphlet (VIP) as well as the e-VoterGuide?
Yes, you can request a printed paper (VIP) book through this web-site or from the Elections Office.

 

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How do I find out where my polling location is?
The polling place location and address is part of the information shown on the e-VoterGuide

 
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What if I change my mind after I have opted out of getting a printed (VIP) in the mail?
You can request a mailed printed paper (VIP) book on the Get Your Vote Info page or through your County Election Office.

 
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Can I vote on line also?
Except for military or overseas voters, you will need to vote either by mail or at your polling place.

 
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Will I be charged for this service?
No, there is no charge for this service.

 
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What does this myvoteinfo.com do for me?
Once you make the decision to receive an e-VoterGuide, myvoteinfo.com allows you access to your sample ballot and (VIP) book at any time. You never have to worry about losing or misplacing your election information since it is always available 24/7 to you on your computer. You will also be able to review up-to-date and specific election information related to your district at any time and at your convenience. You get the benefit of electronically receiving official notification such as if there are any changes to your polling place.

 
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What does myvoteinfo.com do for the county?
The County can realize significant money savings. A few examples are: The cost difference between printed paper and e-VoterGuide; less books to order and mail; reductions in staff time for handling books, staff time answering requests for books, staff time handling mail in VBM requests.

 
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Are there any other places I can go to vote?
All polling place information is included with your e-VoterGuide, or you can check your County Website.

 
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Can I vote by mail?
Yes, if you file a request for a vote-by-mail ballot before the deadline to do so. By law the deadline for the Elections Office to receive your application to vote by mail is seven (7) days before the elections. Please check your e-VoterGuide or the Elections Office website for more details.

 
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What is the last day to register to vote?
By law the deadline is fifteen (15) days before the election. That information is in your e-VoterGuide or paper voter pamphlet.

 
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What is the last day I can request a printed (VIP) be mailed to me if I change my mind?
We provide that information on the first page of your e-VoterGuide or you may contact your County Elections Office.

 
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When is election day?
That information is given on your e-VoterGuide, or you may check the Elections Office’s website.

 
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What races, candidates or contests are on the ballot or in the (VIP)?
This depends on the election. myvoteinfo.com gives you access to the specific contests and measures that you are eligible to vote on at your registered address.

 
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How do I select the county on myvoteinfo.com?
Select the county where you last registered to vote. If you moved and did not re-register, you must register with the Elections Office in your new county of residence.

 
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What languages is the e-VoterGuide available to me in?
This depends on what language(s) the Elections Office is required to provide voter materials. The default language is English and you will be able to read these materials in English or any other language the elections office has made available to the voters.

 
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Can I convert the text to speech?
You will be able to convert English to speech if you have the appropriate screen reading software installed on the computer you use to access the e-VoterGuide.

 
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Is my polling place accessible to disabled people?
That information is provided when you view you E Voter Guide.

 
   

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