More choices. More options.
Vote Centers mean many more options for voters. Elections are no longer a one-day event. Voting begins the month before any election day when every voter will receive a vote-by-mail ballot. Take advantage of the alternatives available to avoid congestion – from voting at home, drive-thru ballot drop-off, in-person options, returning your ballot via the United States Postal Service, or personally deliver your ballot to us – the choice is yours.
You can now vote at any Orange County Vote Center. Click here to view a list of Vote Centers and pop-up one-day voting locations. Locate a Vote Center below.
Voting at Home
With Vote Centers, all registered voters in Orange County will receive a vote-by-mail ballot. Click here to get detailed vote-by-mail information.
Ballot drop boxes are a great way to deliver your ballot to us without having to stop into a Vote Center. Click here to view a list of ballot drop boxes. Locate a ballot drop box below.
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Voter Information Guide
The new way to vote in OC
It’s all about convenience and choices.
Think of a Vote Center as your one-stop location for all things voting. Unlike traditional in-person options for voting, Vote Centers allow you to not only vote, but to solve voter registration issues, register to vote, get a replacement ballot, and get general assistance for 11 days, not just one. Plus, electronic check-in is more secure and speeds up the process – saving you valuable time.
Your Ballot Return Options
Secure Ballot Drop Boxes
Click below to view a list of ballot drop boxes, or locate one using our mapping tool.
Vote Center Dropoff
Click below to view a list of Vote Centers to drop off your ballot, or locate one using our mapping tool.
Find your closest USPS Post Office or USPS Mailbox and mail your ballot with no postage required.
Your In Person Voting Options
Vote at Any Vote Center
Click below to view a list of all Orange County Vote Centers, or locate one using our mapping tool.
Services to Voters with Disabilities
Vote independently. Vote privately.
The Registrar of Voters is committed to helping voters with disabilities have a successful voting experience. Learn what tools are available for a private and independent voting experience.
Military and Overseas Voters
Need to do any of the following?
- Register or verify your military/overseas status
- Receive your ballot electronically
- Read up on common military and overseas voting questions
Make sure to check out our information page to find all your resources in one spot. Click the button below to get started.
Still have a question? We're here to help. View our extensive FAQ list by clicking the Read More button.
- How can I request a Vote-By-Mail ballot?
- How can I get a replacement ballot?
- Where can I vote?
- How can I verify that my ballot was counted?