Why wait until November? Cast your ballot now by drop box or mail

Why wait until November? Cast your ballot now by drop box or mail

Ballot Drop Box Sacramento Bel-Air.jpg

Registered voters in Sacramento County should check their mailboxes this week. Under the new Voter’s Choice Act, every registered voter in Sacramento County will receive a ballot in the mail even if they were not previously registered as an absentee voter. Also starting this week, voters can return their ballots by mail or use one of the 53 secure drop boxes at libraries, businesses, community centers and other locations throughout the city and county, including this box (pictured at right) in the Bel-Air grocery story on Elk Grove-Florin Boulevard in Elk Grove.

You can look up drop box locations and in-person vote centers at:

Sacramento.VOTE and Sacramento County Elections Office

On Tuesday, Oct. 9, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg joined Fabrizo Sasso, Executive Director of the Sacramento Central Labor Council - AFL-CIO, Sacramento County Supervisor Don Nottoli and other members of the Voter’s Choice Act Coalition to celebrate the opening of drop boxes across the county.

In addition to the drop boxes, voters can cast their ballots in person at vote centers anywhere from 11 to four days before and including Election Day. The vote centers will even be open on Saturday. Download the new SacVote app to check your registration status and find out more.

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