2022 Primary Election Voter Guide

Version: Fourth Edition \ August 2, 2022

We understand that candidates get hundreds of questions during the election so we sometimes receive answers after the guide is published. We will make every attempt to add answers submitted after the deadline to a revised version so please check back.


Receiving Your Ballot

You will receive a mail ballot packet by:

  • Primary: July 26, 2022 
  • General: October 21, 2022

Your packet consists of a ballot, ballot secrecy sleeve, and a prepaid postage return ballot envelope.

Voters with special needs may request for an electronic ballot through the Voter Registration Application or by contacting their County Elections Division.

Returning Your Ballot

You may return your voted ballot by mail or in person at a designated place of deposit within your county. Voted ballots must be received by your County Elections Division by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Tracking Your Ballot

You may check on the status of your ballot, whether it has been mailed and/or received, by contacting your County Elections Division. Click here to check status.

Processing Your Ballot

Upon receipt of your return envelope, your County Elections Division validates the signature to confirm your identity. After your signature is validated, your ballot will be forwarded to state election officials to be counted.

Voting at a Voter Service Center

The County Elections Divisions establish voter service centers that will be open 10 days prior and on Election Day. Services include accessible in person voting and same day registration. Click here for a link to all locations for voting centers.

If you require special assistance (i.e. large print, taped materials, etc.) contact the Office of Elections at 453-VOTE (8683).