Early voting, sometimes called absentee voting or satellite voting, is available to every registered voter in Scott County. When casting your ballot early, you do not need to attend your polling place on Election Day. You must be a registered voter in order to participate in early voting. [ Register to vote ]
There are two ways you can vote early:
1. Early Voting by Mail (Absentee Voting)
You may vote by mail, using an absentee ballot, prior to Election Day. Voting by mail is easy – and you can start as early as 45 days prior to an election. Follow the instructions below to request your absentee ballot.
2. Early Voting in Person (Satellite Voting)
Prior to the date of any given election, when ballots are available, you may vote early at the Auditor’s Office. On an as needed basis, additional satellite locations may be opened by the Auditor as listed below.”
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On Election Day itself, you may only vote at your assigned polling place – you can no longer vote at the Auditor’s Office or the satellite locations. [ Voting on Election Day ]
Early Voting (Absentee Ballot) Tracker
See the date your Early Voting (absentee ballot) request is processed, sent and returned. Information updated daily. Please contact us if you have any questions.
If you have any questions or problems with early voting, please call the Auditor's Office at (563) 326-8631.