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All voters sent a Vote By Mail ballot
All Napa County registered voters are automatically mailed a Vote By Mail ballot for each election as part of the Voter’s Choice Act. Ballots are mailed 29 days before Election Day. Voters do not need to request a Vote By Mail ballot before each election or request to become a Permanent Vote by Mail voter to receive a Vote By Mail ballot. In-person voting is also still available at any Vote Center. For more information on the Voter’s Choice Act, visit https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/voters-choice-act/.
Voters can check their registration status at any time to ensure that their name, party, and address are current and up to date. Certain DMV transactions can trigger a new voter registration; if a voter has visited the DMV since they last received a ballot, it is recommended that they double check their status to ensure everything is correct.
To check your voter status, visit https://voterstatus.sos.ca.gov/.
To check the status of your ballot, visit https://services.countyofnapa.org/VoterInfo/. This site is available 60-90 days before each election.
Remote Accessible Vote By Mail ballots are available to voters with disabilities who want to vote independently using a screen reader or other assistive device. Facsimile ballots are available to Tagalog-speaking voters who wish to see an in-language version of their ballot. You can select either alternative ballot type using the postcard included in the Vote By Mail ballot packet or by using a link available on this page 30-60 days before the next election.