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Mail-In Ballot
  • Offer Mail-in Ballot Applications with stamped envelopes, addressed to the County Clerk, to all targeted voters in the precinct – explain the convenience of voting from home.

 

  • Within one week, follow-up with each voter who took an application to make sure it is filled out completely and mailed in time.
    • “Hello (voter’s name). This is (your name). I’m a neighborhood precinct volunteer and am just checking to see if you had a chance to get your application for a Mail-in Ballot to the County Clerk.”
    • If YES – “That’s great!”
    • If NO – “What can I do to help?”

 

  • If you can, monitor the County Clerk records for Clerk’s receipts of application and mailing ballot back to the voter.

 

  • Follow-up with voters to make sure they receive their ballots and that they mailed them back to the Clerk on time.
    • “Hello (voter’s name). This is (your name). I’m a neighborhood precinct volunteer and I am just checking to see if you have received your Mail-in Ballot from the County Clerk.”
    • If YES – “That’s great! Remember it needs to be back in the Clerk’s office by ____ (deadline).”
    • If NO – “You can check on it by calling the Clerk at (phone number). Once you receive it, you will need to get it back to the Clerk’s office by ____ (deadline).”

 

  • You cannot have an open Mail-in Ballot in your possession. You cannot assist the voter in filling out the ballot.
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