5. What if I need assistance in voting? How does that work with vote by mail?
Assistance may come from a person chosen by the voter; exceptions to this rule include the voter’s employer, an agent of that employer, an officer or agent of the voter’s labor union, or a candidate for office.
Assistance is always available from your county clerk with rules to assure that the assistance is nonpartisan and not coercive.
Anyone providing assistance to a voter is required to sign a statement to that effect. The statement is submitted with the voter’s ballot.