Making sure you have the information you need to get out and vote for pro-Carpenter candidates is important to make sure you can have your voice heard. If you recently moved, use vote by mail, or just can't remember if you are registered you can use the links below to find the answers you need.
Primary June 8th, 2021
———May 18 – Voter Registration Deadline for Primary Election
——–June 1 Deadline to apply for a Mail-In Ballot by Mail for Primary Election
——–June 7 – by 3:00 p.m. Deadline for In-Person Mail-In Ballot Applications for Primary Election
General Election November 3rd, 2021
———November 3, 2020 – Deadline for Post Office Receipt of Mail-In Ballots from the General Election
Primary May. 18th, 2021
——–May 3 – Last day to Register before the primary
——–May 11 – Last day to apply for a mail-in or civilian absentee ballot
——–May 18 – Last day for County Board of Elections to receive voted mail-in and civilian
absentee ballots (must be received by 8:00 P.M.)
Primary Election: June 8th, 2021
**Early voting** You can vote early at your local registrar’s office beginning 45 days before Election Day and ending the Saturday before Election Day.
May 17 – Last Day to register for June Election
May 28 – Last day to apply via online, fax, or mail for an absentee ballot.
June 5 – Last day to apply in person for an absentee ballot. An application must be completed at the GR office.
7 PM on June 8th (election day) – Last day to submit completed absentee ballots. If you are returning your ballot by-mail, it must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received by your registrar by noon on the third day after the election
General Election day June 8, 2021
——May 18 – Last day to register to vote in a municipal election May 18, 2021
——May 26 – June 5, 2021 – Early voting occurs during this time period
——June 2 – Deadline for absentee applications
——June 9 – Deadline for Absentee ballot received without a postmark
——June 14 – Deadline for Absentee ballot postmarked by election day
Carpenters are busy. It is that simple. That means we get up early in the morning and work overtime until late in the day and may not be able to find the time to vote on Election Day. If you want to absolutely make sure you are able to vote, consider voting early or using a vote by mail option. Unfortunately, not all of our states have laws in place yet to vote early. Options on if or how you can get your vote in and not have to worry about missing any work are below.