Vote-By-Mail Primary Ballots Are On Their Way To A Mailbox Near You

Ballots in California are on the way. All registered California voters will be sent a vote-by-mail ballot with a prepaid, first-class postage return envelope for the March 5th, 2024, Presidential Primary Election.

You have several safe, secure, and reliable options for returning your ballot:

Mail – No stamp is required to return your ballot through the US Postal Service. Make sure your ballot is postmarked by March 5, 2024. 

Drop box – All counties will offer secure drop boxes to return your ballot. Make sure your ballot is deposited by 8:00 p.m. on March 5, 2024.

In-person – You can return your ballot to a polling place, vote center, or your county elections office by 8:00 p.m. on March 5, 2024. Many counties will have early voting locations available before Election Day. Voting locations will offer voter registration, replacement ballots, accessible voting machines, and language assistance.

You can also take action to ensure a smooth voting experience:

Sign your ballot envelope!! It’s required so that your signature can be compared with the one on file to verify your identity. 

Use the Voter Information Guide! The Voter Information Guide (VIG) includes important information about the U.S. Senate and Presidential Primary races and the state ballot proposition. The VIG has already been mailed to active registered voters and is available in several languages and in large-print and audio formats at

Double check the address on your registration. To make sure you get your ballot, you can confirm your address at

Track your ballot. You can sign up to receive updates on your vote-by-mail ballot via text (SMS), email, or voice call through the state’s official “Where’s My Ballot?” tracking tool at

Make a plan to vote. Decide how you will return your ballot. No matter which method you choose, you can find tools to cast your ballot at

Together we can ensure a safe and secure election for all California voters!

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