If you're registered to vote-by-mail, you can expect to see your ballot arriving in the coming days.
All California county elections offices are starting to mail ballots for the Mar. 3 Presidential Primary Election.
“More vote-by-mail ballots will be sent out in California than the populations of Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada—combined," said Secretary of State, Alex Padilla.
Tips for Vote-by-Mail Voters:
· You can drop off your ballot at any polling place or vote center, or your county elections office, through Election Day.
· Before returning your ballot, you must remember to sign the return envelope provided with your vote-by-mail ballot.
· Ballots that are returned by mail must be postmarked on or before Election Day, and received by county elections officials no later than three days after the election.
· Every vote-by-mail ballot comes with a prepaid postage return envelope.
· If you’ve registered to vote by mail, but believe you have not received your ballot, contact your county elections office.