Today is the first day you can take your ballot to one of the many ballot drop boxes from the Board of Elections around Ward 6 - once you've filled it out, of course!
Over the last week, most registered Ward 6 voters should have received their ballot in the mail. From today until 8 pm on Election Day on Tuesday, June 21, you can drop your ballot in any drop box. Voting is underway!
It's one of three ways you can vote (vote by mail, ballot drop boxes, and in-person voting). And remember, you can always return your completed ballot from your home in the postage paid envelope or by dropping that same ballot in any of these drop boxes.
And if voting in-person is your preference, you have plenty of options. I've included a map below showing the locations for ballot drop boxes, Vote Centers, and early voting locations. You are allowed to use any of them - whichever is most convenient for your home, work, school, childcare, doctor's office... you get the idea. It's all about making it as easy and as accessible for you to cast your ballot. Use this helpful Board of Elections Vote Center Locator tool to find the drop boxes, Vote Centers, and early voting locations near you.