How do I turn in my Vote by Mail ballot on Election Day?

You may return it in person to any polling place in your county or to the county elections office on Election Day. If, because of illness or physical disability, you are unable to return the ballot yourself, you may designate a spouse, child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, or a person residing in the same household to return the ballot to the elections official or any Voting Assistance Center. The ballot must be received before the close of the polls at 8:00 p.m. on Election Day in order to be counted.

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1. What is the Voter's Choice Act?
2. What are Voting Assistance Centers?
3. How can I vote a Vote by Mail ballot?
4. When may I apply for a Vote by Mail ballot?
5. When is the last day to return my voted Vote by Mail ballot?
6. How do I turn in my Vote by Mail ballot on Election Day?
7. Can anyone distribute Vote by Mail ballot applications?
8. Why am I in a mail ballot (Vote by Mail) precinct?
9. Is there a toll-free telephone number I can call regarding voter information?
10. What can be done to increase voter participation?