Can I return my spouse or adult child’s mail in ballot to the election office?

A Registered Elector may only return their own ballot to the Elections Office unless they are returning a ballot for a disabled individual, which will require that the disabled person and the designated individual complete and sign an “Authorized Designated Agent for Mail-In or Absentee Ballot” which can be found online.

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1. ¿Puedo leer las preguntas más frecuentes en Español?
2. Am I registered to vote?
3. How do I register to vote?
4. What if I need to make a change to my registration?
5. How do I sign up to vote by mail or absentee and what's the difference between the two?
6. Did I sign up to receive a mail-in ballot in November?
7. Can I withdraw my request for a mail-in ballot and vote in person?
8. Where can I return my voter registration or mail-in ballot application in person?
9. What is the deadline to return my mail in or absentee ballot?
10. When can I expect my mail-in ballot?
11. Will there be a secure drop box for my mail-in ballot?
12. Can I return my spouse or adult child’s mail in ballot to the election office?
13. If I requested a mail-in or absentee ballot and do not return it to the elections office by 8 pm on May 18, can I still vote at my poll?
14. If I applied for a mail-in ballot and registered to vote at the same time will my mail-in request be rejected if the registration is not finalized first?
15. If I submitted a paper application for a mail-in ballot and have not received it should I reapply online for the mail-in ballot?
16. I received notice that my mail-in ballot application was rejected. What do I do?
17. Do I have to return my mail-in ballot in the “secrecy envelope?"
18. Why do you continue to send me mail-in ballot applications?
19. Where can I vote early for the primary election?
20. Do I have to change my political party to vote for a certain candidate in the general election?
21. Will I be permitted to obtain an in-person or over the counter ballot at the elections office in advance of the November 2, 2021 election?
22. I received several emails saying that I would be receiving my mail-in or absentee ballot. Does that mean I will receive multiple ballots?
23. I filled my ballot out in blue ink. Will it still be valid?
24. I signed my name in the declaration area but put my birthdate where today's date should go. Will my ballot be accepted?