Vote By Mail

In accordance with Assembly Bill No. 37, signed into law on September 27, 2021, all California active registered voters will receive a Vote By Mail ballot for the June 7, 2022, Statewide Direct Primary Election, and all future elections. There is no need to request a Vote By Mail ballot.  Ventura County voters also have the option to vote in person at vote centers located throughout the county. For more details regarding Assembly Bill No. 37, visit


To Obtain a Vote By Mail Ballot

All active registered voters will be mailed a ballot for all elections. To verify registration status and registered address, voters may visit the Secretary of State website at or call the Ventura County Elections Division at (805)654-2664. If voters need to update their address, party affiliation, or name, they may re-register at

Voters who have damaged/spoiled their Vote By Mail ballot, or who have not received their Vote By Mail ballot, may request a replacement Vote By Mail Ballot by using the Affidavit to Request a Replacement Vote By Mail Ballot  form.


To Return a Completed Vote By Mail Ballot

Voters may return their voted ballot by mail (no postage necessary) or at any Ballot Drop Box. Ballot Drop Boxes will be open 24/7 and available no less than 29 days before Election Day. View Drop Box locations here.  Voters may also drop off their voted ballot at any Vote Center location. View Vote Center address and hours of operation here.