If you receive this message, you have an opportunity to cure the issue with your mail ballot up until two days before we certify the results of the election. The deadline to certify the results of the Presidential contest is Dec. 1, but we could certify earlier. We encourage all voters to cure the issue with their ballot by Nov. 23.

In addition to a notification from Where’s My Ballot, you will receive a letter from the Registrar of Voters that describes the issue and how to cure it. The three curable mail ballot issues are:

  • Voter did not sign the mail ballot return envelope
  • Signature on the mail ballot return envelope does not match the signature in the voter’s registration record
  • First-time voter did not provide sufficient identification information when registering to vote and must provide ID when voting the first time

Voters may return an Unsigned Ballot Statement, Signature Verification Statement, or a copy of their ID by dropping a copy off at the Registrar of Voters office, by mail, by fax, or by emailing a photographed or scanned copy of the statement or ID.

If you misplace your notification letter, you can find the Unsigned Ballot Statement or Signature Verification Statement on the Registrar of Voters website.