Voting is now easier than ever in Santa Clara County! All voters in the state will receive a ballot by mail. Our county will continue to use an exciting voting model that makes it easier than ever to cast a ballot.
The Voter's Choice Act emphasizes convenience for the modern voter. Everyone will be mailed a ballot that they can return postage paid by mail, which is by far the most popular way to vote, or they can place it in one of our 100 conveniently located and secured drop-boxes. Voters who prefer to vote in person can still do so at the County of Santa Clara Registrar of Voter's (ROV) office, or at any one of our 103 Vote Centers that will be open throughout Santa Clara County.
Remember, it is Election Day everyday between October 10th and November 8th!
The Vote Centers are universal polling places where any registered voter can vote. Vote Centers will offer in-person options with a full spectrum of services, from language and accessibility assistance, to getting a new ballot, or updating your registration. There are electronic poll books to keep track of who has voted, and even voter registration all the way up through Election Day.
Take advantage of the extra time and convenience of receiving your ballot 29 days before the election with a postage paid return envelope -- no stamp, no problem!
For more information go to sccvote.org or call (408) 299-VOTE (8683)
- County of Santa Clara Registrar of Voters (Look up voter registration, find vote center, find ballot drop off, and more)
- SCCLD's list of Voting Resources (Getting registered, staying informed, historical information, election statistics, and more)
- Voter's Edge California (Find in-depth information about what's on your ballot)
- California Secretary of State (Check your voter status)
- Where's My Ballot California (Track your ballot - when it is mailed, received, and counted)
- Check out a playlist of videos created by the Santa Clara County ROV with information about voting
Ready, set, vote!