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Request A Vote-By-Mail Ballot Today

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Any registered voter may vote by vote-by-mail ballot.

Where can I obtain an application for a vote-by-mail ballot?

1. Prior to each election, the County Registrar mails all voters an official sample ballot booklet.  The Official Sample Ballot booklet includes a printed vote by mail application on the back cover page.  You may tear, sign and return the application attached to the booklet.

2. The Registrar now allows voters to submit applications electronically.  To submit your application electronically

Visit lavote.net -> Click on Voting and Elections -> Click on Vote by Mail -> Click on Electronic Vote by Mail Application

When must I apply for a vote-by-mail ballot?

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In order to obtain a vote-by-mail ballot for the:

June 7, 2016

Your vote-by-mail application must be postmarked by:

May 31, 2016

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What information must be included in my application?

Your application must include your printed name, your residence address, the address to which you want the vote-by-mail ballot sent (if different from your residence address), and the name and date of the election for which you are applying. In addition, you must sign and date your application.

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Permanent Vote by Mail Voter Status

Under state law, a voter may apply for permanent vote by mail status. As a permanent vote by mail voter, you will no longer have to apply for future elections. A ballot will automatically be mailed to you for each election in which you are eligible to vote.

As of January 1, 2006, a voter’s name will be deleted from the permanent vote by mail voter list if he or she fails to return a vote by mail ballot for two (2) consecutive statewide general elections.

1. You may request an application for Permanent Vote By Mail status by calling (562) 466-1323

2. You may also download, print and mail a Permanent Vote By Mail Application by following the below steps:

Visit www.lavote.net ->Click on Voting and Elections >Click on Vote by Mail >Click on Electronic Vote by Mail Application

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How to Vote by Vote-by-Mail Ballot

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YES. The elections official, by comparing the signature on the vote-by-mail ballot return envelope to the signature on your voter registration card, can determine that you are the authorized voter. This is an important protection for you. Your signature will not allow anyone to determine how you voted.

If you omit any of the required information from your vote-by-mail ballot application, the elections official will send you a ballot, but will also include a notice that the missing information must be provided in order for the ballot be counted.

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In order to be counted, an elections official must receive your ballot no later than 8 p.m. on April 2, 2013. You can mail your ballot by June 4, 2016, or drop it off at any polling location in your City on Election Day. Ballots received after the polls close on June 7, 2016 cannot be counted regardless of postmarks. If you return your voted ballot by mail, don’t forget to put the required postage on the envelope. The post office will not deliver it without the required postage.

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About Vote-by-Mail Voting

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YES. You will need to fill out the permanent absentee voter application form. Once processed, you will always receive the ballot in the mail for that particular election and for all the elections that follow.

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YES. However you must sign a statement under penalty of perjury that you lost, destroyed or did not receive the first vote-by-mail ballot. The elections official maintains a record of each request, and provides a list of these requests to the polling place to ensure that each voter casts only one ballot. If you vote twice by vote-by-mail ballot, even if by mistake, neither ballot will be counted.

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YES. You may designate a spouse, child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, brother, sister or a person residing in the same household as the vote-by-mail-voter to return your voted ballot for you.

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YES. You must bring your non-voted vote-by-mail ballot and give it to the polling place worker before voting a regular ballot.

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JUNE 7 CA PRIMARY ELECTIONS

[icon color=”Accent-Color” animation_speed=”Slow” size=”tiny” icon_size=”” animation_delay=”” image=”fa-calendar”] May 23: Last Day to Register
[icon color=”Accent-Color” animation_speed=”Slow” size=”tiny” icon_size=”” animation_delay=”” image=”fa-calendar”] May 9 – May 31: Mailing of Vote by Mail Ballots
[icon color=”Accent-Color” animation_speed=”Slow” size=”tiny” icon_size=”” animation_delay=”” image=”fa-calendar”] May 31: Publication of Polling Places
[icon color=”Accent-Color” animation_speed=”Slow” size=”tiny” icon_size=”” animation_delay=”” image=”fa-calendar”] June 7: Election Day!
Polls Open at 7:00AM Close at 8:00 PM. You must be registered to vote in order to participate. Click here for other states.

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