A voter who requests a ballot by mail is not required to provide a reason why he or she is voting.
How do I apply for 'vote by mail' Ballot?
You may request a vote by mail ballot as early as 180 days before an election. Ballots must be received by the voter registration office by 7:00 p.m. on election day. No ballots are issued on the day before or the day of an election. You may download an application for a vote by mail ballot and mail it or fax it to the voter registration office. The application must be in writing and must contain the address to which the ballot is to be mailed, sufficient information to identify you as a voter, and the election in which you wish to vote. If you are physically disabled or living temporarily outside your county of residence, a close relative may apply for a ballot for you.
May I receive assistance with my ballot?
A physically disabled or illiterate voter may receive assistance from another voter in the same county or municipality or from the same category of relatives who can make an application for or deliver an ballot. If the voter is outside of the county or municipality, then a notary public can provide such assistance. Any person who assists another person to vote absentee must complete an oath prescribed by law demonstrating the statutory disability and that the ballot was completed as the voter desired. Other than federal elections, no person may assist more than ten voters in a primary, election, or runoff. A candidate on the ballot, or a relative of a candidate on the ballot, may not offer assistance during the election to any voter who is not related to the candidate.