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The upcoming primary election will be Marin County's first election with voting based on the State's new voting model. Read on to make sure you know how to cast your vote in June.
The Voter's Choice Act is a new law that offers voters more choices for how, when, and where to vote. What changed? Now, all active registered voters are automatically mailed a ballot, early voting is expanded for more days, and voters may vote in-person at a regional vote center.
How Does It Work?
All active registered voters will automatically be mailed a ballot and have three ways to return it:
What is a Vote Center?
Voters may vote in person at ANY vote center in Marin County. Assigned, neighborhood polling places are replaced by regional vote centers that open at least 3 days before Election Day. At a vote center, voters can also register to vote, replace a lost or damaged ballot, vote early, vote with an accessible voting machine, or request help.
The closest vote center to Tiburon will be the Westminster Presbyterian Church, which will be open for voting June 4 through June 7, but Tiburon voters can vote at any vote center. Read the list of all vote centers available to Marin County voters here.
To register to vote, or to check your registration status, visit RegisterToVote.ca.gov.