Election Day is November 3, 2020!
Vote Safely! VOTE EARLY!
LWVDV Voter Resources Links
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- Are you a first-time CA voter? Click here to register to vote in California.
- Do you want to change your party, your address, your name? You must re-register here.
- Are you an active voter? Be sure! Click here to chek your voter status.
- Are you age 16 or 17? Pre-register here. Watch the Pre-registration info video.
- See information about registering to vote in California: deadlines, requirements, how to register, political parties, registration drives, living overseas, etc.
All registered voters in California will receive a mail-in ballot for the November 3rd Election, due to Covid-19, per CA Assembly Bill 860 being signed into law.
- The County will mail ballots, including “I Voted” stickers, on October 5.
- If you have not received your ballot by October 19, call 925-335-7800 or email ballot [at] vote.cccounty.us to have ballot reissued.
Sign up ASAP to find the status of your ballot at Track My Ballot.
- Contra Costa Vote by Mail Process video
- How to Vote by Mail in CA video
- How to Return Your CA Vote by Mail Ballot video
- No Stamp, No Problem! video
Voting early means your mail in ballot will be counted sooner!
- National Vote Early Day is October 24. Vote Early Day is a movement of nonprofits, businesses, election administrators, and others working to ensure all Americans know their options to vote early.
- Early in-poll voting begins at regional County sites on October 30.
- Complete ballot in blue or black ink.
- Made a mistake marking your ballot? Re-mark the ballot in a way that makes your intent clear.
- For physically damaged or lost ballots: call 925-335-7800 or email: ballot [at] vote.cccounty.us for replacement.
- Place your marked ballot in the postage-paid return envelope and seal it.
- Sign the ballot envelope. Without a signature the ballot cannot be counted.
- Mail EARLY via U.S. Postal Service or drop into any Contra Cost County Security Drop Box located across the county.
- Once received, the County scans the envelope’s security barcode, and verifies the signature.
- Need to vote in person? Safely prepared early voting sites and polling stations will be available and open throughout Contra Costa County. Many are outdoor tent stations.
- Need a provisional ballot?
If your name does not appear on the roster, you have the right to cast a provisional ballot.