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Ballot Curing Rules

Ballot curing is the process of fixing any problems with your absentee or mail ballot to ensure that your vote is counted. You will have very little time to fix issues with your ballot, so act quickly.

  1. Use your state's online ballot tracking tool to check whether your ballot has been received and counted. If your state does not have an online tool, call your Local Election Office and ask.
  2. If your absentee ballot was rejected and it's before Election Day, you can probably still vote in person on Election Day at your polling place. Your Local Election Office can provide more information about the rules around voting in-person after your ballot was rejected.
  3. If your ballot was rejected call your Local Election Office and it's after Election Day, you will need to act quickly. In most cases you will need to appear in person at your local election office with photo ID within 2-3 days of Election Day.

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Alabama ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if it's missing a witness or notary signature.
  • You will not be allowed to fix this issue. Your ballot will simply not be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Alaska ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign the outside envelope.
  • Your ballot will also be rejected if it's missing a witness signature or notary signature.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Arizona ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign the outside envelope. If this is the case, you have until 7:00 pm on Election Day to fix this issue.
  • Your ballot will be rejected if your signature on the ballot does not not match your signature on your voter registration form. You have until 5:00 pm on the 7th day after Election Day to fix this issue.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Arkansas ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it, if your signature doesn't match the signature the state has one file for you, or if you forget to include a copy of your ID with your voted ballot.
  • You must make corrections by noon on the 6th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

California ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if your signature is missing or if your signature does not match the signature already on file.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on 8th day after Election Day for your vote to be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Colorado ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if your signature is missing or if your signature does not match the state records.
  • The state might contact you to make corrections, but you shouldn't count on this.
  • You must make corrections by 11:59 pm on the 8th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Connecticut ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if your signature is missing, or if your signature does not match the one the state has on file for you.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Delaware ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if your signature is missing or if your signature does not match the one the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 8:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

District of Columbia ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it, or if your signature does not match the signature DC has on record for you.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Florida ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the signature the state has on file.
  • Your local election office might contact you by mail, phone, text message, or e-mail to let you know.
  • You must fix the issues by 5:00 pm on the 2nd day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Georgia ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the signature the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on the 3rd day after Election Day in order for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Hawaii ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the state records.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on the 5th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Idaho ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the state records.
  • Deadlines to make corrections vary. contact your Local Election Office to find out the deadline in your county.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Illinois ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You have 14 days to fix the issues with your ballot in order for it to be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Indiana ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the one on file for you.
  • You have 8 days to fix the issues with your ballot in order for it to be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Iowa ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 9:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Kansas ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if your forget to sign it, or if your signature does not match the signature the state has on record.
  • The ballot curing deadline varies by county. Contact your Local Election Office to find out the deadline in your county.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Kentucky ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You have 6 days to fix issues with your ballot in order for it to be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Louisiana ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if your signature does not match the signature the state has on file for you.
  • Your ballot will also be rejected if it's missing affidavit information, your signature, or a witness signature.
  • You must make corrections with your Local Elections Office by 4:30 pm on the day BEFORE Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Maine ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the on that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 8:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Maryland ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it.
  • The state might contact you by email or phone to make corrections, but don't count on it.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on the 10th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Massachusetts ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • If your ballot is rejected before Election Day, the state may send you a new ballot.
  • Your new ballot must be postmarked or returned in person by 8:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Michigan ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the one on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 8:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Minnesota ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • If your ballot is rejected at least 5 days before Election Day, the state might send you a new ballot. Your new ballot must be postmarked or returned in person by 8:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • If your ballot is rejected between within 5 days of Election Day, you cannot correct your ballot. The state might contact you by phone or e-mail with more information.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Mississippi ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the state records.
  • You must make corrections by 12:00 pm on the 10th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Missouri ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it.
  • Your ballot will also be rejected if it's not notarized.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Montana ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if your signature does not match the one the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 8:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Nebraska ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 8:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Nevada ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You have 8 days to fix the issues in order for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

New Hampshire ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if your signature is missing or if your signature does not match the one on your absentee ballot application.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

New Jersey ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it, or if your signature does not match the one the state has on file.
  • Your local election office will let you know if there are issues.
  • If you do not fix the issue within 14 days of being alerted, your ballot will not be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

New Mexico ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if it's missing your signature or the last 4 digits of your social security number.
  • You have 17 days to fix issues with your ballot in order for it to be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

New York ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections within 7 days after receiving your cure notice for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

North Carolina ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • Your ballot will be rejected if it doesn't include a witness signature, or if your witness did not clearly print their name and address.
  • The state might contact you to make corrections, but don't count on this.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on the 9th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

North Dakota ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 10:00 am on the 6th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Ohio ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on the 7th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Oklahoma ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • If your ballot is rejected, you will NOT be able to make corrections.
  • The state may contact you to explain.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Oregon ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on the 14th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Pennsylvania ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it, or if you did not put your ballot in the "secrecy envelope." These are the so called "naked ballots" you've heard so much about in 2020.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Rhode Island ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 4:00 pm on the 7th day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

South Carolina ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it, or if you forget to have your ballot signed by a witness.
  • You must make corrections by 7:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

South Dakota ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Tennessee ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by the close of polls on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Texas ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • The state of Texas will not count your ballot if there are issues with it. Texas does not allow for ballot curing.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Utah ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • The state might contact you by mail, phone, text, or e-mail to let you know that there are issues.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on the 13th day after Election Day.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Vermont ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • Vermont does not offer ballot curing. If there are issues with your ballot, it will simply not be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Virginia ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • The state might contact you by mail, phone, or e-mail to let you know that there are issues with your ballot.
  • You must make corrections by noon on the 3rd day after Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Washington ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You must make corrections by 5:00 pm on the 20th day after Election Day in order for your vote to be counted.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

West Virginia ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • The ballot curing deadline varies by county. Please contact your Local Election Office to find out the deadline in your county.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Wisconsin ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it, if your signature does not match the one the state has on file for you, or if your ballot is not signed by a witness.
  • You must fix these issues by 8:00 pm on Election Day for your vote to count.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Wyoming ballot curing rules

  • Your ballot will be rejected if you forget to sign it or if the signature does not match the one that the state has on file for you.
  • You have the right to vote. Don’t let anyone stop you. If your mail-in ballot was rejected, you can call your Local Election Office and ask to fix any issues with your ballot or ask if you can vote in-person instead. If you are having trouble voting, call the National Election Protection Hotline. Their number is 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).