Stanislaus County Voters' Choices
About The Voter's Choice Act
A ballot will be mailed to all active registered voters 29 days before Election Day.
Voters Have 3 Choices To Return Their Ballot:
- BY MAIL: Place voted ballot in the envelope provided, sign the envelope and mail it back.
- AT ANY BALLOT DROP BOX: Place voted ballot in the envelope provided, sign the envelope and drop it off at a secured ballot drop box available 29 days before Election Day.
- AT ANY VOTE CENTER: Vote centers are similar to polls but offer more services. Visit any vote center in Stanislaus County if you choose to vote in person. At vote centers, individuals can also register for the first time, update current voter registration or get accessibility or language assistance. Some vote centers open 10 days before Election Day and more open 3 days before Election Day.
The County Election Administration Plan
The Stanislaus County Registrar of Voters is formally transitioning to conduct elections under provisions of California Voter's Choice Act (VCA) by the 2022 Statewide Primary Election. Counties under the Voter's Choice Act are required to develop an Election Administration Plan (EAP). The EAP provides transparency and informs voters of the county's voter education and outreach plan. Further, the EAP details the services and information available at vote center and ballot drop box locations, and information specific to voters with disabilities and language minority voters.
Multiple public meetings will be held with community organizations and individuals that advocate on behalf of, or provide services to, the disabilities and language minority communities. The purpose of the meeting is for the public to provide feedback on the proposed EAP. Additionally, the Registrar of Voters office will schedule voter education workshops and attend various community events in an effort to provide education to the county's voting-age population.
After the completion of all required consultation meetings, the plan will be amended after consideration of the public's feedback. The EAP will be submitted to the Secretary of State's office for review and approval. However, feedback and recommendations to this plan and future efforts will be accepted at any time.
Review the proposed Election Administration Plans made public on December 20, 2021.
The EAP has been submitted to the California Secretary of State's Office for approval and adoption.
To submit your feedback, please complete the EAP Feedback Form and return it by:
Disclaimer: The information contained in these pages was valid at the time of publication. The County Clerk / Recorder / Registrar of Voters reserves the right to modify, update, change or make improvements at any time, without notice, and assumes no liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions or discrepancies.