Vote by Mail (VBM)
Be sure to sign the return envelope. Your signature must appear similar to the original signature on your voter registration form. A Vote-by-Mail ballot without your signature will not be counted. Your Vote-by-Mail ballot can be returned by mail, dropped off at any polling place, or deposited in a ballot drop off box. Click here for more on VBM.
Vote In Person
No form of ID is needed to vote in person. Any voter can cast their ballot in person on or before Voting Day at one of the county’s Vote Centers. You are not required to bring your Vote-by-Mail ballot to a Vote Center if you prefer to cast your ballot in person, but it is strongly encouraged. Click here for a list of Vote Center locations.
Ballot Drop Off Box (24 hours)
Return your Vote-by-Mail ballot at a ballot drop off box at any time. Click here for a list of ballot drop box locations.
The Registrar of Voters office provides the Voter Information Guide in an accessible format on the Voter Profile page. The official ballot for the November 3, 2020, General Election will be available through the Remote Accessible Vote by Mail portal beginning Monday, October 5. For accessibility questions, call (530) 621-7480 or visit edcgov.us/Government/Elections/Pages/Voters-with-Disabilities.aspx.
Every registered voter will have the option to vote in-person at any of the 13 Vote Center locations. These locations will open on the Friday before Voting Day. Voters are not required to bring their Vote-by-Mail ballot to vote in-person, but it is strongly encouraged. If a voter would like to vote in-person, but has not received their mailed ballot, they can visit a Vote Center to cast a provisional ballot.
VOTE BY MAIL FOR EVERYONE
Every registered voter was mailed a Vote-by-Mail ballot by October 5.
County Website: edcgov.us/Government/Elections
Check Your Registration: couragecaliforniainstitute.org/voter-tools
Track Your Ballot: couragecaliforniainstitute.org/#track