November 8, 2016 Voting Options

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Voting Options

1. Vote by Mail

Learn about Voting by Mail

Permanent Vote by Mail Application
Learn more on how to receive a vote by mail ballot for all qualified elections without having to apply each time.

2. Vote Early at the Voting Centers

October 11-November 8, 2016

California law allows voters to cast their ballot any time during the 29 day period prior to Election Day. You may vote in person with your mailed ballot or on the electronic voting machine (eSlate) at either of our three Voting Centers.

Voting Center Locations:

Voting Center Hours:

  • Monday-Friday
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Saturdays (October 29 and November 5)
    10 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Election Day, November 8, 2016
    7 a.m.-8 p.m.

3. Vote at the Polls on Election Day

Vote on the eSlate

The eSlate is an electronic voting device, also known as a Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting system. The eSlate has won acclaim for its ease of use, accessibility and accurate vote tabulation. 

Visit the eSlate Learning Center to learn more.

How to mark a paper ballot

Step by step instructions on how to mark a paper ballot.