Voters can have a ballot mailed to them, or choose to be placed on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) so you never have to go to the vote center - you automatically receive a ballot for every election you're eligible to vote in. You do the research, vote the ballot, sign it, and send it back. We count it. If you go vote in person, please be prepared and know before you go.
Every voter not on AEVL receives a sample ballot in the mail 10 days prior to the statewide election. Do the research, mark that sample ballot, and bring it with you on election day. Then you just make your selections on the ExpressVote machine, print the ballot card, and insert it into the tabulating machine to be counted. If everyone does the research prior to going to vote, it makes the process go much faster.