Voting if you’ve moved
Where do I vote if I’ve recently moved?
If you registered to vote but have moved since then, where you vote depends on how long you’ve been at your new address.
If you moved within the same county:
- The most convenient and reliable way to vote if you have moved within your county but have not updated your registration is to vote at an Early Voting site during early voting.
- If you moved 30 days or more before Election Day: Complete an in-county change of address form at an Early Voting site or Election Day polling place. You will not need to show proof of residence. If you vote on Election Day, go to the precinct that corresponds to your new address.
- If you moved less than 30 days before Election Day: Go to the Election Day polling place in your previous place of residence. Update your registration after Election Day.
If you moved to a different county:
- If you moved to your new county 30 or more days before Election Day: you should update your registration and vote in your new county of residence. Your last chance to update this information and vote is on the last day of Early Voting.
- If you moved to your new county less than 30 days before Election Day: you can vote in one of the following ways:
- Visit an Early Voting site in your previous county of residence,
- Visit your Election Day polling place in your previous precinct, or
- Request an absentee ballot from your previous county Board of Elections office.