ATTENTION Vote-By-Mail Voters
The postage on the return vote-by-mail envelope is $0.55 or (1) forever stamp.
The Supervisor of Elections website allows mail ballot voters to track their ballot. If you wish to confirm that your ballot has been received at the Election Office, select the “Track Your Vote-By-Mail Ballot” image below. Input the required information to have access to your record. Your ballot is "received" as soon as your signature on the return envelope is verified with the signature clips on file with the Elections Office.
If there is a problem with your signature, you will be notified via a message on the website’s tracking feature. Elections staff will also send a letter, email, or attempt to call you (if your phone number or email address is on file) in order to rectify the problem.
You will not see the word "counted" when you track your ballot until the day after the election. When ballots are tabulated, ballots are not tied to a voter’s record, otherwise, the voter’s choices would not be private.