2010 Municipal and School Board Elections

APPLYING FOR PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION
 
For personal security reasons, a voter may wish to have their name, address, or other personal information obscured or omitted from the voters list. Any eligible voter may apply to the Senior Election Official for personal security protection.
 
In order to apply, the Senior Election Official will provide you with a standard form. In order to be omitted / obscured from the voters list, you must apply more than 36 days before the election as the voters list cannot be revised after this date. After you apply, you will be issued a personal security certificate with a voter identification number, which will replace your personal information on the voters list.
 
As a personal security voter, you may only vote by sealed envelope. When applying for personal security protection, you may also wish to inquire about sealed envelope voting.