Information about absentee ballots, new voting machines and taking part in the June 9 primary.
If you already voted in the Presidential Preference Primary that was scheduled for March 24, your vote will be counted June 9. You can still vote in the June 9 General Primary; your ballot will include the General Primary races for the party you choose, which can be different from the one you voted in the presidential contest.
If you haven’t voted in the Presidential Preference Primary, that race will appear on the same ballot as the General Primary races for the political party of your choice.
Also, when voting, do not be alarmed if the date printed at the top of your ballot is May 19 and not June 9. This is only because some ballots were already printed before the date of the Presidential & General Primary was changed. The date printed at the top will have no impact on your vote. Every ballot will be counted.