Register to vote now, and if you’ve changed your last name or address, change your registration here.
Watch for a ballot that will be sent out Oct. 5. Complete and deposit in a drop-off box at your very earliest convenience. Drop boxes will be placed outside county libraries in Chico, Oroville and Gridley, and available even if the library is closed. There will also be drop boxes at city halls, the Hmong Cultural Center, the Elections Office and at Voter Assistance Centers (locations TBA). The drop boxes will be monitored continuously and emptied at the Elections Office at least once a day. You can also place a postage-paid, signed envelope in the mail, but to be counted on election night, mail the ballot sooner than Nov. 3.
Translating help into Hmong available at the Hmong Cultural Center, 1940 Feather River Blvd., Ste. H, Oroville. Help available in Hmong and Spanish at the Elections Office, (530) 552-3400, Option 1. Help or telephone lines available at Voter Assistance Centers opening Oct. 31 until 8 p.m. Election Day.
Sign up to be a poll worker with Rush Personnel Services, especially if you speak Spanish or Hmong, Clerk-Recorder Grubb says.
Track your ballot after mailing here.
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This article was updated Aug. 28 to add additional information provided ChicoSol on the drop boxes.