SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTION UPDATE
Voting has Officially Begun for State Senate District 1 Special Primary Election
Sacramento County Voter Registration and Elections (VRE) has delivered Vote by Mail (VBM) ballots to the U.S. Postal Service for distribution to registered voters in Senate District 1 for the March 26, 2019, Special Primary Election. Additionally, the Election Office is open for voting beginning today through Election Day.
Voters may use any Official Ballot Drop Box to return their ballot. VRE has a drive-through Ballot Drop Box in the Election Office parking lot at 7000 65th Street, Sacramento. This Ballot Drop Box is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until 8:00 p.m. on Election Night. Voters preferring to return their ballot by mail may use the postage paid pink envelope in their VBM ballot packet.
Voters are encouraged to return their ballots early and must sign their pink VBM envelope in order for their ballot to be counted. Information on the days and hours of operation for Ballot Drop Boxes or upcoming Vote Centers is available on the VRE website at www.SacCounty.net, or use the links in the Key Election Dates below.
Key Election Dates
Begin mailing Vote by Mail (VBM) ballots to voters. VBM ballots are available at VRE Office at 7000 65th Street, Suite A, Sacramento
Ballot Drop Boxes open in Senate District 1 areas in Sacramento County
Last day to register to vote for Special Primary Election
Conditional Voter Registration (CVR) period begins and runs through Election Day
11-Day Vote Center location opens for this election
Last Day a VBM ballot can be mailed to you. After this date, VBM ballots are only available at the Elections Office or Vote Centers
Election Day – Additional Vote Centers open. All ballots must be received or postmarked by 8:00 p.m.