Ballot Drop Box
2020 Presidential General Election
FIND A VOTE BY MAIL DROP BOX
About the Vote by Mail Drop Box Program
The Vote by Mail Ballot Drop Box program started in 2017 as an initiative to provide voters with a secure alternative option for returning their ballot.
In the March 2020 Primary Election, the number of boxes throughout the County expanded to 206. These boxes remained secure and accessible throughout the entire voting period.
In the 2020 Presidential General Election there will be more than 400 secure Drop Boxes throughout the County giving voters a safe, accessible and contact free method to return their ballot during COVID-19.
400 Secure Drop Boxes Available to All Voters Beginning October 5
What You Need to Know
- Drop Boxes are available to voters beginning October 5 through Election Day November 3 at 8:00pm
- Drop Boxes are bolted securely into cement or chained in place
- Drop Boxes are designed with security features identified in state regulations
- Drop Boxes have an exterior coating to reduce permanent graffiti or damage
- Ballots are picked up regularly by two Election Workers
- The Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk is in direct communication with law enforcement agencies, cities, local stakeholders and community-based organizations to monitor and safeguard all boxes
- Share with your community: Vote by Mail Drop Box Flyer
Ballot Return Checklist
Before you drop off your Vote by Mail ballot make sure:
- Place your voted ballot card(s) inside the Official Return Envelope
- Securely seal the Official Return Envelope
- Sign and date the back of the Official Return Envelope
How to Check if Your Ballot was Received and Counted
After returning your voted ballot via Drop Box or by mail you can check your ballot to make sure it was received and tallied through our Vote by Mail Status Tool.