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Earlier this year, the Orange County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to change the County’s voting system so that you can cast your ballot faster, easier, and more secure. Beginning with the March 2020 election, precinct polling locations will be eliminated and replaced with more than 200 Vote Centers throughout Orange County, secure ballot drop-off box locations, and a flexible voting schedule.
Here's how it will work: One month prior to each election, every registered voter will receive an information packet and vote-by-mail ballot in the mail. The packet will include detailed information on the election, candidates, choices of where and how to vote, and more. Multiple benefits will be outlined so voters can plan when to cast their ballot to avoid lines and time restraints.
As a registered voter, you’ll have more options that match your busy schedule:
VISIT: Vote at ANY Vote Center location countywide beginning 10 days before Election Day. Open seven days a week, Vote Centers will feature electronic check-in and ballot system, disabled access voting, voter registration options, and personal customer service support and problem solving.
DROP: Drive through a ballot drop-off box location or drop your ballot at any countywide Vote Center.
MAIL: Return your ballot via the US Post Office – NO STAMP REQUIRED!
What does this mean for La Palma residents? One voting center will be located in La Palma at the Community Center and a secure ballot drop-off box will be located at City Hall.
For more information please visit https://www.ocvote.com/votecenter.