Apply for an Absentee Ballot and Make Your Voice Heard

By Alisa Borovik, Senior Associate, GAO

Elected officials at the local, state, and federal level make political decisions that can have a significant impact on the life of you and your loved ones. The most effective way for you to help elect legislators who support home health care is to get out and vote on Tuesday, November 7.

If you are unable to get to your local polling place due to a disability or the need to care for a family member, you are eligible to vote by absentee ballot.

The instructions for applying for a free absentee ballot vary by state. Please visit the website listed below for your state to find out how to apply.

AZ: http://bit.ly/AZabsenteeballot

CO: http://bit.ly/COabsenteeballot

CT: http://bit.ly/CTabsenteeballot

DE: http://bit.ly/DEabsenteeballot

FL: http://bit.ly/FLabseenteeballot

GA: http://bit.ly/GAabsenteeballot

HI: http://bit.ly/HIabsenteeballot

IN: http://bit.ly/INabsenteeballot

MA: http://bit.ly/MAabsenteeballot

MD: http://bit.ly/MDabsenteeballot

MN: http://bit.ly/MNabsenteeballot

MO: http://bit.ly/MOabsenteeballot

NC: http://bit.ly/NCabsenteeballot

NH: http://bit.ly/NHabsenteeballot

NJ: http://bit.ly/NJabsenteeballot

NY: http://bit.ly/NYabsenteeballot

PA: http://bit.ly/PAabsenteeballot

RI: http://bit.ly/RIabsenteeballot

SC: http://bit.ly/SCabsenteeballot

VA: http://bit.ly/VAabsenteeballot

VT: http://bit.ly/VTabsenteeballot

 

 

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