Who are indefinitely confined voters?

“Indefinitely confined” voters are persons who, because of age, physical illness, infirmity or disability, may have difficulty traveling to the polling place.

An indefinitely confined voter can reside in:

  • Their own home
  • Apartment
  • Nursing Home
  • Other Care Facility

When applying for an absentee ballot, the voter must indicate they are indefinitely confined. Indefinitely confined voters will receive absentee ballots automatically for all elections until they fail to return a ballot.