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With the March 3 Election only weeks away, the Napa County Elections Division wants to remind voters of some key information for the upcoming Presidential Primary.
First and foremost, Napa County is a vote-by-mail jurisdiction. Official ballots for the March Primary were mailed to registered voters on February 3. These are the official ballots voters will use to cast their selections.
Voters can return their ballots by mail—no postage necessary—or return them to a Drop Box or a Vote Center.
If a voter did not receive a primary ballot from one of the six qualified parties, they can exchange their no-party preference ballot by re-registering online until February 18. They can also register at a Vote Center or at the Election Division’s Office, located at 1127 First Street in Napa.
Napa County voters are encouraged to vote early to avoid long lines at Vote Centers on Election Day.
Vote Centers will be available throughout Napa County, and will open on Saturday, February 29.
Drive-through voting will begin on Monday, March 2.
For information on Vote Centers, drive-through voting and drop box locations, as well as general information on the current election, visit the Napa County Election’s website.