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Posted on: September 8, 2020

Election 2020

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Election 2020

Recent legislation passed in response to the coronavirus pandemic requires ballots be mailed to all active registered voters, in addition to in-person voting options.

Voters are receiving a postcard with information about the November election and the opportunity to update their signature. All voters have a signature on file from when they registered to vote – this update is optional. To seal the postcard, fold the top half to cover the signature and seal with a piece of tape.  This is a legitimate mailing from the Marin County Elections Department. We have reproduced the postcards here. Vote-By-Mail postcard[PDF]Postcard for voters who vote at the polls[PDF]. If you have questions or concerns, you may call the Marin County Elections Department at (415) 473-6456.

  • Ballots will be mailed starting October 5 – expect 5-7 days for delivery 
  • The Voter Information Guide will be mailed by the end of September 
  • Early in-person voting options will be available – information to be posted closer to the election 
  • Ballot drop boxes will be available throughout the county (one will be located in front of San Anselmo Town Hall.)

Polling places will be open on October 31 through November 3. Locations and hours of operation are still being finalized and will be posted on the County’s website soon. If you do decide to visit an in-person polling place, don’t forget your face mask!

If you are not registered to vote, you can do so here:

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