Connie Johnson For Governor

DEMOCRATIC: PRIMARY IS JUNE 28, 2022
GENERAL: ELECTION IS NOVEMBER 8, 2022

DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY: JUNE 28, 2022
GENERAL ELECTION: NOVEMBER 8, 2022

YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE!
EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT, DUTY & RESPONSIBILITY TO VOTE

Convicted Felon/People
In Jail
Voting Rights

  1. A CONVICTED FELON’S RIGHT TO VOTE IS RESTORED AFTER COMPLETION OF ALL SENTENCES
  2. UNHOUSED CITIZENS MAY VOTE USING A SHELTER ADDRESS
  3. PERSONS IN JAIL WHO HAVE NOT BEEN CONVICTED OF A FELONY MAY REGISTER AND APPLY TO VOTE BY MAIL
  4. INCAPACITATED PEOPLE/THEIR CAREGIVERS:
  • MAY VOTE FROM THEIR CAR AT THEIR REGULAR POLLING SITE BY
  • REQUESTING POLLING OFFICIALS TO BRING A BALLOT AND THE VOTING ROLL TO THEIR CAR. POLLING OFFICIALS MUST COMPLY  UNDER THE ADA.
  • INCAPACITATED PERSONS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS CANNOT HAND DELIVER THEIR BALLOTS TO THE COUNTY ELECTION BOARD.

People With Disabilities &
Their Caregivers'
Voting Rights

 

  1. INCAPACITATED PEOPLE/THEIR CAREGIVERS:
  • MAY VOTE FROM THEIR CAR AT THEIR REGULAR POLLING SITE BY
  • REQUESTING POLLING OFFICIALS TO BRING A BALLOT AND THE VOTING ROLL TO THEIR CAR. POLLING OFFICIALS MUST COMPLY  UNDER THE ADA.
  • INCAPACITATED PERSONS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS CANNOT HAND DELIVER THEIR BALLOTS TO THE COUNTY ELECTION BOARD.

Voting Rights for the Unhoused

  1. UNHOUSED CITIZENS MAY VOTE USING A SHELTER ADDRESS

17 1/2 Year Old Voting Rights

A 17 1/2 YEAR OLD WHO WILL TURN 18 BEFORE ELECTION DAY CAN REGISTER AND VOTE!

"KNOW YOUR VOTING RIGHTS & STRATEGIES”

  1. A CONVICTED FELON’S RIGHT TO VOTE IS RESTORED AFTER COMPLETION OF ALL SENTENCES
  2. UNHOUSED CITIZENS MAY VOTE USING A SHELTER ADDRESS
  3. PERSONS IN JAIL WHO HAVE NOT BEEN CONVICTED OF A FELONY MAY REGISTER AND APPLY TO VOTE BY MAIL
  4. INCAPACITATED PEOPLE/THEIR CAREGIVERS:
  • MAY VOTE FROM THEIR CAR AT THEIR REGULAR POLLING SITE BY
  • REQUESTING POLLING OFFICIALS TO BRING A BALLOT AND THE VOTING ROLL TO THEIR CAR. POLLING OFFICIALS MUST COMPLY  UNDER THE ADA.
  • INCAPACITATED PERSONS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS CANNOT HAND DELIVER THEIR BALLOTS TO THE COUNTY ELECTION BOARD.

 

BENEFITS: 

  1. ENSURES CORRECT VOTER FILE RECORDS
  2. ENSURES ALWAYS KNOWING WHEN IT’S TIME TO VOTE
  3. AVOIDS POLLING SITE HASSLES AND OTHER CONCERNS THAT KEEP PEOPLE FROM PARTICIPATING IN VOTING
  4. ALLOWS ADVANCE STUDY OF CANDIDATES AND OTHER PROPOSITIONS ON THE BALLOT
  5. ALLOWS VOTERS TO GATHER & MARK BALLOTS IN A GROUP SETTING USING THE 100% GUARANTEED VOTING PROGRAM*
  6. ENABLES TRACKING BALLOT RECEIPT & COUNTING BY THE COUNTY ELECTION BOARD

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. VOTERS MUST RE-REQUEST MAIL IN BALLOTS IN JANUARY OF EACH YEAR
  2. DEADLINE TO REQUEST A MAIL IN BALLOT: 15 DAYS BEFORE AN ELECTION – HIGHLY RECOMMEND NOT WAITING THIS LATE

RECOMMENDATIONS

ONCE RECEIVED AND MARKED, YOU MAY “HAND DELIVER” YOUR AND ONLY YOUR MAIL IN BALLOT TO YOUR COUNTY ELECTION BOARD MONDAY- FRIDAY, FROM 8A – 5P, UP UNTIL 5P THE MONDAY BEFORE THE ELECTION. (MAILED IN OR COURIER DELIVERED BALLOTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 7P ON ELECTION DAY.

A 17 1/2 YEAR OLD WHO WILL TURN 18 BEFORE ELECTION DAY CAN REGISTER AND VOTE!

STATEWIDE ELECTIONS – TH/FRI 8AM – 6P; SAT 9A – 2P

LOCAL ELECTIONS – FRI 8AM-6PM; SAT 9A – 2P

POLLS OPEN AT 7AM AND CLOSE AT 7P.

THOSE IN LINE AT 7P MUST BE ALLOWED TO VOTE.

 

YOU CANNOT BE DENIED THE RIGHT TO VOTE IF YOUR VOTING RECORDS ARE IN ORDER AND YOU ARE AT THE CORRECT POLLING SITE.

IF YOU ARE PROHIBITED FROM VOTING FOR ANY REASON, IMMEDIATELY REQUEST TO VOTE USING A PROVISIONAL BALLOT. THE POLLING OFFICIAL MUST HONOR YOUR REQUEST.

PROVISIONAL BALLOTS WILLBE COUNTED ONCE THE ELECTION IS OVER IF, IN FACT, THE VOTE WAS ATTEMPTED AT THE CORRECT POLLING SITE

 

Will you vote by mail, vote in-person early at the county election board, or vote at your regular polling site

Decide what time you will vote – will you have to take off work – consult your employer for voting day rules

Will you need childcare – taking your child to vote with you is educational and creates good citizens

Decide how you will get to the polls; do you need a ride; will you take others with you

Locate your voter registration card for ID (if you’ve lost or misplaced it, you may reapply for another voter registration card by completing another registration application in advance of the vote but not later than 24 days before an election)