The way you vote is about to change. Instead of going to a your local polling place which was one of about five thousand, you will be able to vote at any one of about a thousand vote centers in the area. You will also be able to vote for several days before the actual election date. If you choose to go to a vote center, you will be using a tablet to make your ballot choices, and that tablet will then print out your ballot. That paper ballot will then be what is counted.
If you are concerned about how the actual voting will work you can go for a test drive at one of the demonstration areas until January 25. Find out more here.
You can also apply for permanent vote by mail status so that you do not need to visit a vote center or use the new system. You have until February 25 to sign up if you want a mailed ballot for the March 3 primary. Marked mailed ballots can be dropped off at a vote center if you'd rather do that than mail it in. You will find the paper application below. You can also register for permanent vote by mail online. Check your registration status here. Your confirmation page will then have a link for registering for permanent vote by mail.
The County, which runs the election, has not yet announced locations for vote centers.