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Ballots will arrive soon! All active registered voters will automatically receive a vote by mail ballot for the November 8, 2022, General Election. Ballots started mailing October 10, 2022 and should have arrived 5-7 days later.
Reduce crowds and long lines - return your voted ballot by mail in the envelope provided. We pay the postage!
San Anselmo Vote Center located at: Log Cabin/American Legion Hall - 120 Veterans Place (behind Memorial Park)Open: November 5 - November 7, 2022 - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Election Day, November 8, 2022 - 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you need to vote in-person—don’t wait, go early!**Assigned, neighborhood polling places have been replaced by regional vote centers that open at least 3 days before Election Day with more services:• Register to vote & vote the same day• Replace a lost or damaged ballot• Early voting—vote before Election Day!• Vote with an accessible voting machine• Request help
If you think it’s too late to mail, or if you prefer to personally deliver your ballot, take your voted ballot sealed inside the return envelope to any official ballot drop box by 8 PM, November 8, 2022 (when voting closes). Learn more about Marin official ballot drop box security procedures on the Elections Department ballot drop box webpage.
San Anselmo official Ballot Drop Box: Town Hall plaza - 525 San Anselmo AvenueOpen 24 hours/7 days per week: October 11 - November 8, 2022 (closing at 8:00pm Election day)
Don’t forget to sign and date the return envelope! A list of official drop box locations and vote centers where you may hand-deliver your voted ballot sealed inside the return envelope is in your Voter Information Guide, or at MarinVotes.org. Official ballot drop boxes are also available at each vote center.
Sign up to track the status of your ballot at WheresMyBallot.sos.ca.gov.
Get Translated Information: Facsimile ballots in Chinese, Spanish, or Vietnamese are available at all vote center locations in Marin County, or a copy can be mailed to you. Make your request by mail, email, or by calling the Elections Department at (415) 473-6456. Facsimile ballots are useful in making voting choices before marking and returning your Official Ballot.
Accessible Ballots: Remote Accessible Vote by Mail (RAVBM) voting is available to all voters. To request a RAVBM ballot, go to the Elections Department RAVBM webpage or call (415) 473-6456 for assistance.
Wear Your Sticker: An “I Voted” sticker will be included with your vote by mail ballot. Peel and wear it proudly!