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Helping residents vote in your assisted living facility

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During the pandemic your residents safety is paramount. According to the CDC it is best to keep residents in, shielded from outside contamination as much as possible.

This could make voting hard for residents; We want residents to maintain their right to vote and contribute to this countries progress.

Attached is instructions on mail in voting, so that your residents can maintain their dedication to this countries progress.

I suggest you make an activity out of it; You could throw a “Voting Day Party” with a red white and blue theme.

Please note: Your state’s rules and voting dates may change in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Most states have early voting. This lets registered voters vote on specified dates before Election Day.
  • You don’t need an excuse to vote early.
  • In some states, you may cast an absentee ballot in person before Election Day. To do this, you must request an absentee ballot from your state. Your state may require you to submit a valid excuse too.

Time Frames for Early Voting

This early voting chart lists time frames for states that offer early voting.

*ACP stands for Address Confidentiality Program, which protects the information of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. Learn more about Address Confidentiality Programs here.

State Out of County on Election Day Illness or Disability Persons Over a Certain Age Work Shift is During all Voting Hours Student Living Outside of County Election Worker or Poll Worker Religious Belief or Practice ACP* Participant Incarcerated (but Still Qualified to Vote) Jurors
Alabama

Ala. Code § 17-11-3

Arkansas

Ark. Code Ann. § 7-5-402

Connecticut

C.G.S.A. § 9-135

Delaware

15 Del. Code §5502

Indiana

Ind. Code §3-11-10-24

65-plus
Kentucky

Ken. Rev. Stat.

§117.085(1)(a), §117.077

65-plus
 
Louisiana

LSA-R.S. 18:1303

65-plus
Massachusetts

M.G.L.A. 54 § 86

Mississippi

Miss. Code Ann. § 23-15-715

65-plus
Missouri

V.A.M.S. 115.277

New Hampshire

N.H. Rev. Stat. § 657:1

New York

§ 8-400

South Carolina

§ 7-15-320

65-plus
Tennessee

T. C. A. § 2-6-201

60-plus
Texas

V.T.C.A., Election Code § 82.001 et seq.

65-plus
West Virginia

W. Va. Code, § 3-3-1

“Advanced Age”

The rules change from state to state. Make sure you know yours if you plan to vote early or in-person absentee.

The best place to check is your state/territorial election office website. Check under “absentee voting” if you don’t see information listed under “voting in person” or “early voting.”

Senior Service Maps was created by a Senior Care Provider, in conjunction with Senior Care Discharge Planner, to provide a streamlined search for families and other social workers in their quest for care for Seniors in need. We at Senior Service Maps pride ourselves on removing the middle man; no more referral agencies pointing clients in the direction of the highest bidder! Here,social workers can view provider’s pages, take virtual tours, schedule appointments, and get pricing information, all directly from you the Senior Care Provider.

You must be a member to receive referrals.

1. After you subscribe we email and text you unlimited referrals with no referral fees!

2. We have a dedicated referral text line where you check in weekly for new referrals. Text us at 410-929-3897

3. After you subscribe create a custom web page on our site; Social workers and families can contact you directly from our site. If you need assistance creating your page one of our staff members can create your page for you.

4. We will Assign you a placement coordinator that will work with you directly to help you get new clients.

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