If you damage, incorrectly mark (spoil), lose, or never receive your mail ballot, a replacement ballot can be issued. A voter with an illness or disability who can’t come to our office may designate an individual to pick up and return a replacement ballot on your behalf.
Lost or Never Received Ballots
- Allow 10 days from the date the ballot is mailed before reporting a lost ballot. Track your ballot here.
- Call or email to request a replacement ballot be issued. Include your full legal name and the address where you want the ballot sent for confirmation.
- A new ballot will be sent with a Gold Form that needs to be completed and returned with the reissued ballot. The form requires you to affirm that you either lost, spoiled, or did not receive your ballot.
- You can also vote a Provisional Ballot at the polling place on Election Day — this ballot won’t be counted on Election Day, but once we verify we didn’t receive your mail ballot, we’ll accept and count your Provisional Ballot.
- You must first return the damaged or spoiled ballot. You can return it via mail or in person, either at an early voting location or at your precinct on Election Day.
- A new ballot will be sent with a Gold Form that needs to be completed and returned with the reissued ballot. The form requires you affirm that you either lost, spoiled, or did not receive your ballot.