Interested in running for county or statewide office and live in Napa County? Please visit our Candidate Filing page for more information on becoming a candidate.
**Please note, circulation dates for signatures-in-lieu will vary based on the effective date of each district's boundaries as part of the 2021 Redistricting Process. Additionally, Napa County Supervisor districts 1 and 3, House of Representative, State Assembly, State Senate and State Board of Equalization district boundaries will not be finalized until after the redistricting process is completed. Changes to district boundaries will impact which office you are seeking depending on your current residential address.
Vote By Mail
It’s easy to vote by mail! Check out the California Secretary of State’s informational video on how to return your completed vote by mail ballot.
As part of the Voter's Choice Act, ballots are automatically mailed all to active, registered Napa County voters; a separate mail ballot request is not necessary. For more information on the Voter's Choice Act, check out this page.
Same-Day Voter Registration
You must be registered to vote 15 days before Election Day to receive a ballot in the mail.
Once the deadline has passed, you can still register and vote in the election. You must appear in person at the Election Division or at any Vote Center once they open. Watch the conditional voter registration video Opens a New Window. to understand the process.
General Election - November 8, 2022
Municipal, school district and special district governing board seats do not open for filing until July 2022. For municipal offices, please check with the appropriate municipal clerk in May 2022. For school board and special district offices, please check with [email protected] in May 2022.