Can I drop off a family member’s ballot?

No. Similar to voting in person, you are only able to cast your own vote. You cannot collect, drop off or deliver ballots for other people. 

ONLY EXCEPTION: If a voter has a disability or is voting by emergency absentee ballot, the voter may have someone deliver their ballot only if both parties have signed an official written authorization. This written authorization form needs to be fully completed and secured to the ballot envelope before it is dropped into the box.

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1. How do I check my voter registration status?
2. How do I register to vote?
3. My mail-in ballot application was declined because it was a duplicate. What does that mean?
4. I do not want to return my completed mail-in ballot via US postal mail. What are my options?
5. What is a "naked ballot"?
6. How do I check the status of my mail-in ballot?
7. Can I drop off a family member’s ballot?
8. What do I do if my mail-in ballot is damaged? Do I need to return the damaged ballot?
9. Can I vote in person after requesting a ballot?
10. How can I verify my polling place?
11. How can I become a poll worker?
12. How can I view a sample ballot for the upcoming election?
13. As a first-time voter, do I need to bring proof of identification to the polls?
14. What is the minimum age to volunteer to work at the polls?