June 4, 2019, Senate District 1 Special General Election

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Sacramento County is one of five counties in California to implement the Voter’s Choice Act, expanding voting opportunities for all residents. Below you will find additional information on key election components.  Learn more about the Voter’s Choice Act.

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Are you registered to vote?   If you need to register, get started here. If you’ve changed your name, address or political party, you’ll need to re-register online. You can also check your registration status online! 


Watch for your ballot.  Beginning the week of May 6th, registered voters in State Senate District 1 will be mailed a ballot. Keep an eye out for your pink envelope! Voters can also review the County Voter Information Guide.

Choose how you want to vote.


​​​By Mail:  Place the voted ballot inside the envelope provided, sign the envelope and return.

​​Vote Center:  With the passage of the California Voter’s Choice Act, traditional polling places will be replaced with Vote Centers that are open for up to 11 days, including Election Day. This means voters can choose when, where and how they want to vote. For a list of locations, please select from the following:
Vote Center open for 11 days from May 25 - June 4, 2019
Vote Centers open on Election Day

Drop Box:  Beginning May 6, 2019, voted ballots may be placed in any of the 7 secure Drop Box locations throughout Sacramento County.  A complete list of locations can be found online​ here and will be provided in the Sacramento County Voter Information Guide that will be mailed out prior to the election.

Accessible Vote by Mail System:  Voters with disabilities can download and mark their ballot from the convenience of their home and then return it by mail.


Election Documents and Materials.

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