AND Protect our FREEDOMS.
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Tuesday, November 7, 2023

This year's election is one of the most consequential in our lifetime. Many critical issues are on the ballot in 2023.


Democratic lawmakers have

  • protected access to healthcare
  • provided funding for high quality schools
  • helped create job opportunities
  • ensured we have a safe environment.
  • increased the minimum wage
  • mandated paid sick leave
  • expanded voting rights
  • teaching an accurate and honest history
  • safeguarding women's reproductive rights
  • and protected many more rights.

A vote for Democrats is a vote to ensure fairness and decency. Be sure your voice is heard. Get your ballot and vote early!

Republican legislators have supported:

  • extremist parents harassing school boards while brandishing guns, machetes, and wearing white supremacist Proud Boy attire.
  • parents carrying racist and Nazi flags
  • banning books
  • blocking the accurate and honest teaching of our history
  • blocking public health guidelines that protect our children and the vulnerable in our communities.
  • banning women's reproductive freedoms
  • voter suppression and gerrymandering
  • blocking environmental protections for our air and water

Today's Republican party is no longer the party of Lincoln. Do you really want to live in a dystopian world where working families and the vulnerable are abandoned? Where you have few rights or freedoms?

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Voting in Person

Make sure you have your voter ID with you. List of acceptable IDs

There are two ways to vote in person:

  1. Vote early at your local voter registration county Office of Elections from Friday, September 22, 2023 to Saturday, November 4, 2023. 
  2. Vote at your polling place on election day (Nov 2, 2021). Polls are open on election day from 6 A.M. to 7 P.M. If you are in line by 7 P.M., you are allowed to vote. 
County Election Info

Dropping off your ABSENTEE BALLOT

Your absentee ballot must be postmarked by Tuesday Nov 7 and received by your local general registrar no later than Friday November 10 at 12:00 PM, the third day following Election Day.

Allow 10 days for USPS mail, due to decreased delivery standards.

Drop off your double-signed and completed ballot ASAP: 

  1. at your polling location by 7 PM Tuesday, Nov 7.
  2. at your County Elections/Registrar Office or or at a satellite voting location (by 7 PM Nov 7).
  3. at an official drop-off location. Review your absentee ballot instructions (by 7 PM Nov 7)
  4. at USPS by October 20, 2023 (to allow for slow USPS delivery service). Must be postmarked Nov 7.

First time voters have additional ID requirements for when they mail in their absentee ballot.

Be sure to sign your ballot envelope with your exact registered signature. This must also be signed by a witness. (Both signatures required -VERY IMPORTANT!)

County Election Info


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Registration and election information. More information on voting by mail. Coming after the primary election.

Voter Guide


Please contact your local registrar. You will find that contact information at:

In many cases, you can request a provisional ballot while at the polling station and provide your correct ID within 3 days.

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