Can I Vote Online?
No, in federal elections in the United States you can’t vote online.
In most elections in the United States, you either need to vote in-person at an official polling place or by casting an absentee ballot.
Find your polling place or request an absentee ballot.
Your polling place is where you go to vote on Election Day. Find out where yours is located, its hours,
and if you can change your polling place.
Please note: Many voters with disabilities rely on in-person voting at accessible polling places. Voters with language barriers often depend on the help of interpreters at the polls.
Changes to polling places are possible due to the coronavirus. These may include different locations, layouts, procedures, and availability of translators.
If you need to vote in person, check your polling place before Election Day. Find out about early voting options. And check with local election officials to learn:
If your needs will be met at your polling station
Other ways you may be able to vote,
The Ballot is used in general body elections to elect and represent our leaders. For Betterment of our community and all the welfare of the particular council.