I’ve Moved. What Do I Do?
— Within My Precinct: Complete a change of address form at your polling place. You can cast a regular ballot.
— Outside my precinct/same city/township: If you have not updated your registration prior to Election Day, request a transfer of registration in your old precinct. And you can cast a regular ballot.
— Outside of city/township: If you have moved within 60 days of the election, you can vote at your last place of registration, after signing an affidavit.
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