Early Voting

What is Early Voting?

As a convenience to the voter, the supervisor of elections will provide early voting at designated early voting sites beginning at least 10 days prior to an election that contains state or federal races and ending on the third day before the election.

During this period, early voting may be provided no less than eight and no more than 12 hours per day at each site. The voter will use the same type of voting equipment as is used at the polls on election day.

How to Vote Early

The supervisor of elections will designate early voting sites 30 days prior to an election. Early voting will be offered in the main or branch offices of the supervisor of elections. The supervisor may also designate any city hall, public library, government-owned community center, or other approved location as an early voting site. For early voting dates, times, and locations for coming elections, select this link. To vote early, eligible voters must present current and valid signature/photo identification at any designated early voting site.