What are you doing Tuesday, November 3rd? Voting, right?! At Carbon Health we’re dedicated to caring for our communities and public health is a top priority. Whether you’re mailing in your ballot ahead of time or voting in-person at the polls, follow these tips to stay safe while doing your civic duty.
Forgetting these simple things could get your mail-in or absentee ballot disqualified. Be sure to double check before you put your ballot in the mail.
Using the wrong pen color. Be sure you only write in your responses in BLACK or BLUE ink.
Not signing your envelope can lead to a disqualification.
Not including all the required documents. Check and double-check to make sure you got everything!
Sending it in too late. Don’t procrastinate on getting your ballot in the mailbox ASAP!
Voting Safely at the Polls
If you’re going to vote in person Election Day, plan ahead and come prepared so everyone stays safe.
Plan ahead and give yourself plenty of time.
Maintain social distance and follow signs and directions while waiting in line.
Wear your mask at all times and bring hand sanitizer.
Think About Volunteering
COVID-19 is making it harder for vulnerable populations like the elderly to get out and volunteer at the polls this year. If you are in good health, consider volunteering as a poll worker this year. They need your help!