Voting Methods Review

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We’re doing a review of voting methods, which are the ways that you cast your ballot in municipal elections. As part of this review, we’ll explore voting methods that can be done remotely in addition to traditionally casting a paper ballot at a voting location. This review will impact voting methods offered for the 2022 municipal and school board election.

We want to know how you feel about voting by:

  • Mail
  • Telephone
  • Internet




If you can, please read the short background documents on each of these topics:

Citizens are encouraged to participate in multiple ways, such as:

  • Interact online through this survey and the other website features such as Q&A, ideas, video, and shared documents.
  • A live-streamed open house and panel discussion scheduled for Wednesday November 18, 2020 - Watch the recorded meeting on YouTube
  • The panel discussion will be recorded and posted online for future viewing.
  • Citizens are also welcome to email, call or write a letter to the City Clerk's Office.

We’re doing a review of voting methods, which are the ways that you cast your ballot in municipal elections. As part of this review, we’ll explore voting methods that can be done remotely in addition to traditionally casting a paper ballot at a voting location. This review will impact voting methods offered for the 2022 municipal and school board election.

We want to know how you feel about voting by:

  • Mail
  • Telephone
  • Internet




If you can, please read the short background documents on each of these topics:

Citizens are encouraged to participate in multiple ways, such as:

  • Interact online through this survey and the other website features such as Q&A, ideas, video, and shared documents.
  • A live-streamed open house and panel discussion scheduled for Wednesday November 18, 2020 - Watch the recorded meeting on YouTube
  • The panel discussion will be recorded and posted online for future viewing.
  • Citizens are also welcome to email, call or write a letter to the City Clerk's Office.