With only one day left until Election Day, here’s some information that will help you vote if you haven’t already.
Vote centers will be open November 2 from 8 AM to 5 PM and on November 3 from 7 AM to 8PM. Mail in ballots can be returned by mail or at any ballot drop box or vote center in the county. Ballots must be placed in drop boxes by 8PM on November 3 or postmarked by November 3 to be counted. To find a vote center or ballot drop box near you, click here.
If you missed the voter registration deadline on October 19, you still have the option to complete a Conditional Voter Registration at any Vote Center. Conditional Voter Registration allows you to register to vote and cast a ballot at the same time, from 14 days prior to and through Election Day. To learn more about Conditional Voter Registration click here.
A record-breaking 55.9 percent, or 617,672 ballots had been received by the County Registrar of Voters as of November 1, more than double the vote count from 2016.
The Registrar of Voters and Vote Center staff are taking extra steps to ensure that safety measures are followed at all locations, including distancing between voting booths and machines, one-way routes inside Vote Centers, sanitation protocols and PPE such as disposable masks, gloves, and self-serve hand sanitizer provided for all voters.