How does it work?

Every ballot that is cast by a legal voter is counted. When you cast a ballot without selecting any candidate, your ballot is still counted. Your vote is called an “undervote”, meaning that it is a vote, but it is a vote for none of the candidates.

A Blank Ballot vote is a real vote.

A Blank Ballot vote is a counted vote.

A Blank Ballot vote is in fact a vote for NONE OF THE ABOVE.

Blank Ballot voting, step-by-step:

  • First, of course, you must be registered to vote!
  • Next, you show up at the polling place on Election Day.
  • Show your ID, pick up your ballot, proceed directly to the ballot box, and drop your ballot in!

You have just made a real vote that will actually be counted as a vote for NONE OF THE ABOVE!