For those who feel more comfortable dropping their ballots off personally, there will be a ballot box located at the Berger Center, along with vote in person. It will be available from 10/31 -11/3, 9-5pm. On election day, 11/3, you can still drop your ballot off from 7am-8 pm.
An additional drop box will be made available at the Kenwood Fire Station, which will open by 10/6.
You can also track your ballot this year. Just go to Where’s My Ballot.com You can track when your ballot was sent to you by your local elections office & when they receive it back from you & process it.
In light of delivery concerns, AB860 requires county election officials to accept mail in ballots up to 17 days after 11/3 (previously 3 days), as long as they are postmarked no later than 11/3.