Yes, provided the voter signs the Designation of Agent Form which authorizes the Election Board to give their ballot to you to take to them. For the voter's protection, the ballot will not be released without the properly executed Agent Form, which is available at the election office and online. See below for the necessary steps.
1. The agent picks up or downloads a Mail In Ballot Application as well as the Designation of Agent form.
2. The agent returns the voter's application and agent form in person after the voter has signed both forms. If properly completed and signed, the ballot will then be given to the agent to hand carry to the voter.
3. The voter's ballot may be returned in person by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day or by mail, bearing a postmark on Election Day.