How to Vote

Under our new system of elections, every voter in California will now receive a postage-paid ballot in the mail.

This year’s Presidential Election is expected to set a new record for high voter participation. You don’t need to wait until November 3rd to cast your vote. Please join your neighbors in returning your ballot right away.

Returning your ballot by mail

Returning your ballot by mail is easy, fast, and secure. Remember to sign and date the back of your return envelope before you drop it in the mail. The postage is already paid. Your ballot must be postmarked by Tuesday, November 3.

Returning your ballot at a drop box

There are a number of ballot drop boxes spread out across Riverside County where you can also return your ballot. Remember to sign and date the back of your ballot return envelope before remitting it. Your ballot must be returned prior to 8:00 PM on Tuesday, November 3.

Ballot drop boxes in Riverside County

Voting in Person

If you prefer to vote in person, there are a limited number of Voter Assistance Centers that offer in-person voting in Riverside County.

In-person voting in Riverside County

Need Help?

If you didn’t receive a ballot in the mail or have questions about voting, contact your local elections office right away.

Riverside County Registrar of Voters: (951) 486-7200

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