With the election just months away, you may have received some mail, ahead of the opportunity to vote by mail.
Adams County Clerk Ryan Niekamp said these are voting applications.
He said you may receive several of these, but only the one you send in counts.
To clear up any confusion residents may have, Neikamp said you must fill out and mail in the application, in order to receive your ballot.
He's also reminding anyone who may be confused that these are not the ballots.
"Right now, a lot of voters are receiving mail from political committees, received mail from this office, they'll be receiving mail from the secretary of state's office," Neikamp said. "All these are applications to vote by mail. In order to receive a ballot in the mail from this office, voters must fill out an application and that's all simply these are."
Niekamp said you have until October 29 to send in your application.
Residents will start receiving ballots as soon as September 24.
He said if you don't want to vote by mail, you can still vote at polling locations on November 3.