New Voting Procedures and Polling Places

Voting Procedures

 

California Voter Alert

Be Prepared for New Voting Procedures, Nov 3, 2020

 

1st  Change:  Vote-by-Mail

Every registered voter will receive a Vote-by-Mail ballot.  Read the instructions carefully.  Your ballot and its envelope are distinctly yours.  It is your responsibility to keep it secure until you fill it out and return it.

2nd Change:  How to vote in Person

The Yolo County Republican Party recommends this voting method for ballot safety and quicker counting of ballots on election day. HOWEVERThere will be NO traditional precinct locations for voting on Nov 3.  But for traditional voting there will be:

Voter Assistance Centers (VACs)

Open Sat. Oct 31 through Tues. Nov 3

10 am – 6 pm; extended hours on Nov 3 of 7am – 8 pm

DAVIS

 

UC Davis ARC Center- Ballroom:

760 Orchard Road, Davis

Veterans Memorial Center-
Multipurpose Rm.

203 E. 14th Street, Davis

Montgomery Elementary School –
Multipurpose Rm.

1441 Danbury Street, Davis

Patwin Elementary School-
Multipurpose Rm.

2222 Shasta Drive, Davis

 

ESPARTO

 

Esparto High School –
Gymnasium

26675 Plainfield Street, Esparto

 

WEST SACRAMENTO

 

River City High School-
Gymnasium

1 Raider Lane, West Sacramento

Washington USD Office-
Multipurpose Rm.

930 Westacre Road, West Sacramento

Bryte CCT-
Multipurpose Rm.

637 Todhunter Avenue, West Sacramento

 

WINTERS


Winters Community Center

201 Railroad Avenue, Winters

 

WOODLAND


Yolo County Admin Building-
Room 106

625 Court Street, Woodland

Woodland High School-
Gymnasium

21 N. West Street, Woodland

Pioneer High School-
Gymnasium

1400 Pioneer Avenue, Woodland


3rd Change:  Delivery of completed Vote-by-Mail Ballots

If you elect to vote using the Vote-by-Mail ballot...  Here are the four options for returning Vote-by-Mail ballots.

A. Bring it in person, completed, signed, and sealed, to a Ballot Drop-Off Box (see below) or to The Yolo Elections Office at 625 Court St in Woodland by 8 pm on Nov 3.

B. Bring your completed, signed, and sealed ballot to a Voter Assistance Center (see times and locations above).

C. Use the USPS to mail your completed, signed, stamped and sealed ballot.  It must be postmarked on or before Nov 3.  

D. Authorize someone to return your ballot for you if, for example, you are not able to leave home or will be out of town.  Follow instructions on the Vote-by-Mail ballot. Be sure to include your signature on the ballot envelope.  Authorize someone you know and trust to return your ballot.

BALLOT DROP-OFF BOXES (BDB)

Available Mon., Oct. 5 through Tues., Nov. 3

DAVIS

 

City Hall
(Exterior - 24/7)

23 Russell Boulevard, Davis

Nugget Markets
(Daily 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.)

409 Mace Boulevard, Davis

Nugget Markets
(Daily 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.)

1414 E. Covell Boulevard, Davis

Westlake Market
(Daily 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.)

1260 Lake Boulevard, Davis

 

ESPARTO

 

Esparto Regional Library
(Exterior – 24/7)

17065 Yolo Avenue, Esparto

 

WEST SACRAMENTO


City Hall
(Exterior - 24/7)

1110 W. Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento

Nugget Markets
(Daily 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.)

940 Sacramento Avenue, West Sacramento

Arteaga’s Starlite Supermarket
(Daily 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.)

940 Sacramento Avenue, West Sacramento

 

WINTERS


Lorenzo’s Market
(Daily 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.)

121 E. Grant Avenue, Winters

 

WOODLAND


Post Office Parking Lot
(Exterior - 24/7)

720 Court Street, Woodland

Raley’s
(Daily 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.)

367 W. Main Street, Woodland

Bel Air
(Daily 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.)

1885 E. Gibson Road, Woodland

 

4th Change:  Track your Ballot

Confirm your registration status at:  California Voter Status Check

Track your ballot using the California Ballot Tracking System to receive notifications about the receipt and processing of your ballot.


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