How long should my mail ballot take to reach me?

We ask voters to wait at least one week from the time ballots are mailed before contacting us for a replacement ballot. 

Before calling to request a replacement mail ballot, we recommend that you check your voter registration record to make sure your ballot has been mailed and that it was mailed to the correct address. If you update your address, this will automatically trigger a new ballot to be mailed to you (and the old one will be voided). To receive a ballot by mail, make sure you register/update your address at least 8 days prior to election day. After this date, you’ll need to visit our office to request a mail ballot, or you may vote in person. 

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1. How long should my mail ballot take to reach me?
2. When is my ballot due in the Clerk and Recorder’s Office?
3. I voted in-person. Why didn't I receive a BallotTrax message?
4. What should I do if I make a mistake on, damage, or lose my ballot?
5. What can I do if there is not enough time to mail my ballot back to the Election Office?
6. How do I check my mail ballot status?