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Tracking Your Mail-In Ballot

After submitting your ballot, you can track your vote. You will need to find the county you’re registered to vote in and submit the information that matches what you used on your ballot. The United States Postal Service also provides a free service called Informed Delivery to track your outgoing mail.  

If your ballot is received but not counted, your local Supervisor of Elections is required to notify you because your signature is missing or does not match the one on record. If this happens, you may complete and return a “Vote by Mail Ballot Cure” Affidavit (English | Español) with a copy of your ID card. The deadline to submit the form and the ID is no later than 5 p.m. on the 2nd day after an election. If you do not return a Vote By Mail Ballot Cure, this may cause your ballot not to be counted.