Here's how you can still vote in the June 5 election. (Hint, it's not at the usual place)
Every registered voter received a ballot in the mail. You can return it by mail as long as it's postmarked no later than Election Day, June 5. The required postage is $0.71, or two stamps. You can also return your ballot at one of the secure dropboxes located around the county. See the map to the right.
The 78 vote centers spread around Sacramento County have replaced the traditional polling places. You can vote in any center in the county anytime through Election Day.
What is a dropbox?
A dropbox is a secure, locked structure where you can deliver your ballot from the time you get it until 8 p.m. on Election Day. Dropboxes do not require stamps.
What if I’m not registered to vote?
If you are eligible to vote, you may still do so. Visit any vote center in your county to register and vote the same day.
What about voters who speak languages other than English? Will they be able to use the vote centers?
Yes, vote centers will accommodate voters with limited English proficiency. Vote centers will have well-trained staff at every location prepared to support voters with translated voting materials in languages required by law.
Will vote centers be accessible to people with disabilities?
Yes, all vote centers will be accessible to people with disabilities.
Call Sacramento County Elections
Toll Free (800) 762-8019
California Relay Service English: 1-888-877-5379
Fax: (916) 875-6516
Send email to - Voter Registration & Election: email@example.com
En caso que necesita asistencia en español, por favor llame al número (916) 876-6688.