Elections Division (805) 654-2664
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View a PDF version of your County Voter Information Guide by entering your home address street number and street name in our Voter Information Guide Locator. Enter STREET NAME Only for the Street Name field below. Do not include street suffix (PL, DR) or pre/post directions (NE, E). For example, “Sunshine” would be correct versus “East Sunshine Lane.”
Enter your street number and name in the fields above to retrieve your precinct number. The precinct number is your login for the accessible, text-only version of your County Voter Information Guide. Click below to log in and view your accessible County Voter Information Guide.
Ventura County Elections Division’s recruitment to hire extra-help staff to work at the 48 In-Person Voting Locations October 31 – November 3 has closed. There was an overwhelming response to this recruitment, with over 1,600 applicants for approximately 600 positions. Thank you for your interest in serving your community and being a part of the democratic process.
Voters may visit the Elections Division to receive and cast their ballot without an appointment.
The Elections Division is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Voters will not be subject to health screenings to vote. Voters may enter through the Hall of Administration “R” Lot to vote at the Elections Division.
For additional information, please call (805) 654-2664 or email email@example.com.
The Elections Division, as required by law, and under the direction of the Registrar of Voters conducts all Federal, State, County, school and special district elections in the County, as well as the general municipal elections for all 10 Ventura County cities. It administers voter registration and outreach programs; maintains the master voter file, master office and incumbent file, and master street index; processes Vote By Mail ballot requests and voted ballots; performs the layout and proofing of all sample ballot, official ballot, and voter information materials; establishes precinct boundaries and polling place locations; recruits and trains precinct workers; maintains, tests and distributes voting equipment to all polling places; tabulates all voted ballots; and conducts the official election canvass.
BallotTrax receives voters’ name, address and USPS mailing tracking identification number from the Secretary of State’s voter registration system, VoteCal, the county’s Vote By Mail mailing vendor, and from USPS as the mail moves through the steps in the mail stream
November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election