Voting in OC has Changed!

How to Vote Yes for Measure H in the March 3, 2020 Primary Election

For the first time, the California primary election will be held March 3 (not June). Everyone will automatically get a vote by mail ballot mailed to their home the week of February 3. Instead of traditional one day neighborhood polling places, there will be 180 convenient voting centers open either 10 days or 4 days before the election, including Saturday and Sunday. Vote anywhere in Orange County!

There are 3 Ways to Vote Yes on H!

  1. Vote By Mail.
    Just pop your completed ballot in a mailbox postmarked on or before March 3, 2020. No postage needed.
  2. Secure Drop Box.
    Drop your ballot into a secure drop box 24 hours a day.
  3. Vote at a Voting Center.
    Deliver your ballot or cast your ballot in person at a local voting center. Some Voting Centers will be open 11 days, February 22 - March 3, and some voting centers will be open four days, February 29 - March 3 (including Saturdays and Sundays). Trained personnel will be there to assist you with things like obtaining a replacement ballot or voter registration.

Click here to find your closest Voting Center or Drop Box

Download a list of local Vote Centers.

Voting FAQ

Where can I find Measure H on the ballot?

Measure H will be at the very end of your ballot. Start at the end and vote YES on H first!

Are you registered to vote?

Check your registration status at ocvote.com.

To register to vote online, go to ocvote.com

To register to vote by mail, mail in your completed registration form by February 17.

To register to vote in person, go to any open Vote Center where you can register to vote up to and including election day, March 3, 2020.

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