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The Neighborhood Gazette will not be endorsing candidates or ballot initiatives, but does wish all candidates good luck with their campaigns and thanks them for their devotion to public service. Individual staff members may be involved in political campaigns, but they do not speak officially for the newspaper. That being said, we encourage all readers who are eligible to vote to register and cast ballots, after researching the background and positions of the candidates, as well as ballot issues. County and municipal governments have issued “Blue Book” summaries of ballot issues, and we encourage readers to study those and seek additional information, if necessary.


Oct. 15-19 • Ballots Mailed

Ballots are mailed to all eligible voters to the address on your voter registration file. Verify or update your address at

Oct 15 - Nov 6 • Drop Boxes Open

Drop off your ballot at any ballot drop-off location; 24-hour and drive-up ballot drop boxes also available. Find locations & hours at

Oct. 22 - Nov. 6 • Voter Service &

Polling Centers Open

Full voting services available including: vote in-person, get a replacement ballot, register to vote, and accessible voting.

Find locations & hours

Oct. 29 • Deadline to Register for Ballot in the Mail

Last day to register to vote or make changes to your voter registration online, by mail, or at a registration agency in order to receive a ballot in the mail.

Register online,

Nov. 6 • Election Day

All Ballot Drop Boxes and Voter Service & Polling Centers open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Drop boxes located in businessoffices may close earlier than 7:00 p.m