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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    Make sure you’re using the address that you used to register to vote and that the address you have entered is within the county offering this service. If you still have trouble, contact your local election administrator. Contact information can be found in the "Information" section of the web site.
     
    The languages shown in the drop down menu are the complete list of available languages. If you need assistance, contact your local election administrator. Contact information can be found in the "Information" section of the web site.
     
    You will be issued your correct ballot style at the voting location. If you have further concerns, contact your local election administrator. Contact information can be found in the "Information" section of the web site.
     
    Ballot Online ExpressPass is a sample ballot and selection marking system. You’ll need to vote at a poll place or request an application for an absentee ballot. Your local election administrator can provide you with complete voting information.
     
    Ballot Online ExpressPass is an on-line sample ballot and selection marking system. If you want to receive a blank ballot contact your local election administrator.
     
    Click on the oval next to the candidate you wish to select.
     
    Simply select the oval next to the Write-In field and enter the name of the person you want to write in. If your county has certified write-in names, click on the link to view the list of contests and candidates.
     
    Depending on the rules in your county you may have to de-select the current selection and then select the desired candidate.
     
    If you want to go back to a specific contest to change your selection, click Change. You can also select a contest from the navigation list on the left to go back to a contest.
    Select "Finish" if you are happy with your selections and want to download your ExpressPass.
     
    The filled circle means that you selected the maximum number of selections for that contest.
    The partially filled circle means that you only made some selections for that contest.
    The empty circle means that you didn’t make any selections for that contest.
     
    Your local election rules state that you must view all of the contests. However, this doesn’t require you to make selections in every contest.
     
    This system was designed to display a single contest at a time so you can have the best experience possible.
     
    Simply use your browsers native zoom capability.
     
    Your county may require you to review all contests. First, view all of the contest pages and then go to the Ballot Summary to review your selections. You will be given instructions on how to complete your ballot marking session.
     
    It has been downloaded to the location defined in your browser settings. To see that location, go to your browser settings. If your ballot and voting materials packet are not in that folder, download the packet again.
    You can change your download folder through the browser setting interface if you do not have access to the location specified.
    If you need further help, see to your browser Help for more details. Here are links to the most common browsers.
    Chrome (link to https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95759?hl=en)
    Firefox (link to https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/find-and-manage-downloaded-files?esab=a&s=download+location&r=4&as=s)
    Internet Explorer (link to http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/download-files#ie=ie-10-win-7)
    Safari (link to http://support.apple.com/kb/PH5056)

     
    Take it with you to your polling place – it will help you get through the voting process faster.
     
    The ExpressPass is NOT an official ballot. You can download your ExpressPass as many times as you want.
     
    You can enter your address and access your ballot again.
     
    Check your browser version; you may need to upgrade your browser.
     
    No. This system is a sample ballot and selection marking system that enables voters to make their ballot selections in advance of Election Day. This system does not allow the casting of a ballot so you’ll need to vote at a poll place or request an application for an absentee ballot. If you have additional questions, contact your local election administrator. Contact information can be found in the "Information" section of the web site.
     
    No. You will need to vote at a poll place or request an application for an absentee ballot. If you have additional questions, contact your local election administrator. Contact information can be found in the "Information" section of the web site.