Voting by mail is a healthy option because you vote at home. If you go out at all, it's only to mail or drop off your ballot.
Voting by mail is also called absentee voting in Guam.
Deadline to return your ballot
September 8 by 5:00 pm. All ballots must be delivered to the elections office by this time. Postmarks don’t count!
How to get your ballot
An excuse is required to vote by mail.
The deadline to request a ballot is August 26, 2020.
- Download, print, and mail a request form.
- Download and email a request form.
- You must sign the form in ink.
If you missed the deadline to request a ballot, contact your elections office for any last-minute or emergency options.
How to return your ballot
- Put it in your own mailbox for the mail carrier to collect.
- Put it in a Post Office blue mailbox.
- Take it to a post office.
Return it in person:
- To your elections office.
Make sure your ballot counts! Remember...
Be sure to sign the declaration on the return envelope.
Return your ballot promptly. Postmarks don't count!
Healthy tips for voting by mail in Guam
- If you return your ballot at a mailbox or drop box, wash your hands afterwards for 20 seconds.
- If you go out to drop off your ballot, practice physical distancing and wear a mask or other face covering to protect yourself and others.
- If you need to buy stamps, consider using the Post Office’s online store, usps.com.
- If you go to a post office or store to buy stamps, wear a mask or other face covering to protect yourself, the postal clerk, and other people.
When you vote in person on Election Day, you go to a voting center to mark and cast your ballot in person. Voting centers also have accessible voting systems and language access options.
Polling places are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
All polling places are open on Election Day.
- All voters are asked to show a photo ID.
Healthy tips for voting in person on Election Day in Guam
- Follow instructions for healthy voting at your in-person voting location.
- Wear a mask or other face covering, and maintain a physical distance of 6 feet to protect yourself, election workers, and other voters.
- Before and after voting, wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Or use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
- If you can, go when the voting center will not be as busy, usually mid-morning or early-afternoon.
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