It’s election day in California, and voters have just hours left to make their vote count in the 2022 primary election.
There are convenient and secure locations for ballot drop boxes open and available to voters in all of their communities.
What do you want to know
- Drop boxes are available to voters from 29 days before and on Election Day
- Drop boxes close at 8 p.m. on Election Day
- Drop boxes are bolted securely in cement or chained in place
- Drop boxes are designed with security features identified in national regulations
- Drop boxes have an exterior coating to reduce permanent graffiti or damage
- Ballots are collected regularly by two election workers
- The county is working with law enforcement, cities, local stakeholders and community organizations to monitor and protect all boxes
How to check if your ballot was received and counted
- After you return your ballot via Drop Box or mail, you can check your ballot to make sure it was received and counted via the mail-in voting status tool.
How to find a ballot drop box
You can map all of the voting centers and ballot drop-off locations near you by visiting the Secretary of State Finder.
LA County residents can find a location for ballot boxes by clicking here.
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