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Vote Centers

View the list of voting centers in the Santa Clarita Valley. All vote centers offer early voting.

Orange vote centers are open from October 24, 2020 to November 3, 2020. Blue vote centers are open from October 30, 2020 to November 3, 2020. 

Vote by Mail Drop Boxes

View the list of vote by mail drop boxes in the Santa Clarita Valley. Vote by mail ballots can be returned by mail, drop box, or at a vote center.

Are you registered to vote?

You can register online here. Registration must be submitted no later than October 19 to be mailed a Vote by Mail ballot.

Voters can check their registration status here.

Voting in-person & Voting By Mail

Beginning with the November 3, 2020 General Election all registered voters will be mailed a Vote by Mail ballot to ensure a safe and accessible voting option during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Voters can safely vote in-person at ANY Vote Center in the County. All Vote Centers will be available beginning Friday, October 30. Vote Centers will be open every day from 10 AM to 7 PM during the early voting period. On Election Day Vote Centers will be open from 7 AM to 8 PM.

Vote By Mail Frequently Asked Questions

Information provided by LAVote.net

There are multiple options on how to return your ballot:

  • By mail, remember no postage is necessary
  • In person at any Vote by Mail drop box location
  • At any Vote Center in L.A. County

If your ballot is postmarked by Election Day and received within 17 days by the Department L.A. County will process, verify and count that ballot.

Receive personalized text messages, emails and/or automated voice messages on your Vote by Mail ballot by subscribing to Where’s My Ballot. This is a free service available to all registered voters that gives you updated information on where your ballot is and when you can expect to receive it. Subscribe here.

Voters can confirm that their ballot was received and tallied through the Vote by Mail Status Tool here.

L.A. County Registrar-recorder/County Clerk can send your Vote by Mail ballot to a temporary address for the upcoming Presidential General Election. Get started here.

L.A. County provides full language service and/or assistance in up to 18 multilingual languages.

To request your ballot or election materials in another language please call Multilingual Services Section at 800-815-2666, option 3.

If the signature on your Vote by Mail return envelope doesn’t match what is in the voter registration database L.A. County will notify you by mail and ask you complete and return the Signature Verification Statement.

If you returned your Vote by Mail ballot without signing the return envelope we will mail you a document called the “Unsigned Ballot Statement” asking for your signature.

Your signature is required to verify your identity and process the ballot. You have up to 28 days after Election Day to return the statement for your ballot to be processed.