Where’s My *!#!* Ballot Box?

How do I turn in my ballot this year?
Every Californian who is registered to vote will receive a vote-by-mail ballot. This year, most of our neighborhood polling stations won’t be open to deliver our ballots. Here’s how you can make sure your vote is received and counted!

Mail your ballot through the US Postal Service, make sure it will still be postmarked by November 3rd. [No Stamps Needed for the November 2020 election!]

If you don’t want to rely on the mail, there are six (6) Ballot Drop Boxes around the city and starting Oct 31st, there will be nine (9) Accessible Voting Locations (bigger than a typical precinct polling place.

Drop it in a Berkeley Ballot Drop Box by 8 pm November 3rd (ballots are collected directly by the County Registrar of Voters):

FacilityAddressDistrict
West Branch Library1125 University Avenue1
Frances Albrier Recreation Center2800 Park Street2
Berkeley Civic Center Building2180 Milvia Street4
North Branch Library1170 The Alameda5
U.C. Berkeleybetween Sather Gate and Architects/Engineers Building7
Claremont Branch Library2940 Benvenue Avenue8

Drop it at a new Accessible Voting Locations (Hours on Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 (Saturday-Monday): 9am-5pm; Election Day Tuesday Nov 3: 7am-8pm.

FacilityAddressDistrict
City of Berkeley Building (old Premier Cru)1011 University Ave1
Ed Roberts Campus3075 Adeline Ave3
Longfellow Middle School1500 Derby St3
Berkeley High School Gym1980 Allston Way4
Epworth United Methodist Church1953 Hopkins St5
Northbrae Community Church941 The Alameda5
Lawrence Hall of Science1 Centennial Dr6
MLK Student Union, Pauley Ballroom2455 Bancroft Way, 3rd Floor7
Willard Middle School2425 Stuart St8

There are 100 Accessible Voting Locations in the county! For an interactive map, see https://www.acgov.org/rovapps/maps/avl/

Check your voter registration status here. Once you have voted, Track your ballot status here.

Phoebe Sorgen reminds us that even this year, you can vote in person at 1225 Fallon St., Oakland. (Wear a mask and maintain social distancing.)

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