Please join me and Secretary of State Alex Padilla and learn how the California Voter's Choice Act will make it easier for how, when and where you cast a ballot this year. All registered voters in Sacramento County have already received, or will receive their ballot in the mail for the June 5 Primary Election. Most neighborhood polling places will no longer be used for voting. Instead, you now have three choices for voting.
1. VOTE-BY-MAIL: You can mail your ballot as soon as you receive it and sign it.
2. BALLOT DROP BOXES: You can drop off your ballot at any secure Ballot Drop Box as soon as you receive it. No postage is required at Ballot Drop Boxes. Find the Ballot Drop Box locations near you.
3. VOTE CENTERS: You can vote in person by visiting any Vote Center in Sacramento County. All Vote Centers will be open for at least four days: from Saturday, June 2, through Tuesday, June 5. Some Vote Centers will be open for 11 days starting Saturday, May 26.
At every Vote Center you can:
- Vote in person.
- Register and vote the same day, all the way through Election Day.
- Drop off your completed ballot.
- Vote with an accessible voting machine.
- Get help and voting materials in multiple languages.
Learn More at this Informational Forum:
When: Friday, May 25, 6:00 p.m.
Where: Howe Park, Conzelmann Community Room
Fulton El Camino Recreation and Park District
2201 Cottage Way, Sacramento, 95825
To learn more visit: Sac County Election Info or California Voter's Choice Act.
Hope to see you there.