Vote

Fill out a paper

registration

 application at the

Sonoma County Voter's

Registration Office at

435 Fiscal Dr.,

Santa Rosa, CA 95403

 

You can pick up a paper

application at the

Sonoma County elections

office, any Department

of Motor Vehiclesfield office,

and many post offices,

public libraries,

and government offices.

To receive a paper

registration application

by mail, contact

the Sonoma County Voter's

Registration office at

 Rov-voterreg@sonoma-county.org 

or Call the Secretary of

State's toll-free Voter Hotline

at (800) 345-VOTE (8683)

Register or update

your current registration

online at 

RegisterToVote.ca.gov

Note: If you do not have

a signature on

file with the

Department of Motor

Vehicles

(DMV), you will need

to print, sign, and

mail the application.

 

Voter Registration Deadline

is 15 days before

the election!

 

Check your registration HERE

 

For this election, voters registered in Sonoma County

may cast an in-person ballot

at any polling place in Sonoma County.

 

CLICK HERE for a list and map of polling places in

Sonoma County.
 

A vote-by-mail ballot will be mailed to each voter 

registered in California. 

REQUEST A BALLOT HERE


Find FAQ's for

voting by mail HERE

 

 

Vote by Mail ballots

may be returned to the

Registrar of Voters Office

by mail, in person to the

Registrar of Voters office,

or dropped at any drop box

or in-person voting location in Sonoma County.

 

CLICK HERE for a list and

map of secure 24-hour

ballot drop box locations

in Sonoma County. 

 

 

Find your Sample Ballot HERE

 

In-person voting locations

 will be open from 9am to 5pm

Saturday, October 31st,

Sunday, November 1st and

Monday, November 2nd,

and will be open from

7am to 8pm on

Tuesday, November 3rd (Election Day).

If you mail your ballot, 

USPS recommends

doing so

no later than October 27.

 

Vote-by-mail ballots that are

mailed must be postmarked

on or before Election Day

and received by your

county elections office

no later than 17 days after Election Day.

Secure 24-hour drop boxes

will be open by October 6.

Vote-by-mail ballots that are personally delivered

to a drop box must be

returned no later than the

close of polls

at 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

 

TRACK YOUR BALLOT HERE

 

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