The passage of Proposal 3 at the November 2018 election eliminated the need to declare a reason to vote by absent voter ballot. Now, any registered voter, at any time, may use an absent voter ballot to cast their vote simply by returning a completed application. Please note: Proposal 3 did not eliminate the requirement for an absent voter application to be filled out for each election in which you would like to receive a ballot. Voters are still required to fill out an application prior to receiving a ballot. If you would like to be added to our Permanent Absent Voter List so that you automatically receive an application for each election, please contact the Township Clerk's Office so that we can add you.
Voters utilizing an absent voter ballot will receive their ballot in the the mail at their registered home address. If you would like to receive your ballot at another address, you must include that information on the application. Absentee ballots will not be forwarded by the USPS.
Permanent Absent Voter List Request
Election law requires voters complete and return an absent voter application for each election in which they would like to vote. If you would like to be added to the township's Permanent Absent Voter List so that you automatically receive an application for each election, please contact the Township Clerk's Office.
Military and Overseas Voters
Members of the military, their families, and overseas citizens can register to vote or request an absentee voter ballot by completing the Federal Post Card Application. Use of this form assists us in making sure these voters receive absentee voting materials in a timely manner. The application is valid for one calendar year. .