Get your absentee ballot notarized!

Vote by mail

If you’re planning to vote by mail in the June 30 election, you will need to either have a copy of your ID or have your ballot notarized. Good news: you can do that at Hope! Deborah Whittaker is a notary public and has volunteered to notarize ballots for our members. She has an exemption that allows her to notarize an unlimited number of ballots, but in order to observe physical distancing and other safety precautions, we are scheduling her time by appointment only.

Fortunately, that’s easy: just schedule a time below and you’ll get an email confirming your appointment time. Then show up at the church with your completed ballot, your ID, and your mask, and you’ll be good to go!


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