Election Day Voting - FAQs
When is the Election? When are the polls open?
The polls are open from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. If you are in line at the
polling place before 7 p.m., you are entitled to vote.
Where do I vote?
- You can look up your polling place online.
- Your voter information card has the name and address of your polling place.
By law, on Election Day, you can only vote at the polling place at which you are registered.
Do I have to show an ID before voting at my polling place?
Can I campaign outside the polls?
Yes, as long as the activity occurs 40 feet away from any entrance to the polling place.
Can I wear campaign materials inside the polling place?
Only voters who are in the polling place for the purpose of voting may wear a button, sticker, or apparel showing a candidate's name or a political slogan. After voting, voters must exit the polling place. Voters may not advocate for candidates or issues while inside the polling place or within 40 feet from any entrance.
Candidates, representatives and others within 40 feet of the entrance to the polling place who are not actively engaged in casting their ballots may not wear campaign apparel, buttons, stickers, etc.