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Senate Bill 210 allows registered voters who meet certain new COVID-19 criteria to claim “physically incapacitated” status for absentee voting at elections held during calendar year 2020.
Absentee ballot affidavits for “physically incapacitated” voters and their caregivers are verified by two witnesses – no notarization is required. (Note: If a state of emergency for COVID-19 is in effect, a voter also has the option of verifying an absentee ballot affidavit by including a copy of valid identification. Learn more here.)
Voters are not required to disclose which of the COVID-19 criteria make them eligible to apply in as a physically incapacitated voter.
Voters who meet one or more of the following criteria may apply for an absentee ballot identifying themselves on as a “physically incapacitated” when they apply for absentee ballots:
If you have questions not answered on this page,
please contact your local County Election Board or the State Election Board at firstname.lastname@example.org.