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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

Registration Status

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

To check the status of your ballot, visit This site is available 60-90 days before each election.

Alternative Ballots

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.