November 3, 2020, Presidential General Election – In-Person Voting Locations

Where do I vote?

There are 48 In-Person Voting Locations throughout Ventura County. You can visit any location for voting assistance. Check for your nearest Location by referring to your County Voter Information Guide or the following list:

List of In-Person Voting Locations

What is an In-Person Voting Location?

An In-Person Voting Location is a COVID-19 compliant voting location designed to keep you safe. Locations will open beginning October 31, 2020 through Election Day, November 3, 2020 to provide flexible voting opportunities. Voters can choose to visit any location in Ventura County to register, update their registration, receive language assistance and utilize curbside voting and the ADA-compliant Touchscreen voting device.

Services Available at In-Person Voting Locations

  • Drop off your Vote By Mail ballot
  • Request a replacement Vote By Mail ballot
  • Register to vote or make an update to your registration
  • Receive disability assistance
  • Receive voting assistance using a facsimile ballot translated in multiple languages
  • Vote curbside from your vehicle
  • Vote using a Touchscreen device to mark and print your ballot (ADA accessible)
  • Vote early to skip the crowds on Election Day: Saturday, October 31, 2020 through Monday, November 2, 2020, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Vote on Election Day: Tuesday, November 3, 2020, 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

How Does it Work?

Per Governor Newsom’s Executive Order, all voters will be mailed a Vote By Mail ballot (VBM) for the November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election. Ballots can be mailed via USPS or dropped off at the 34 drop box locations or 48 In-Person Voting Locations.

In-Person Voting Locations are available for voters to register, drop off their Vote By Mail ballot, or receive a replacement ballot. Voters can request a replacement ballot if they never received or made a mistake on their original ballot. Voters can avoid long lines at In-Person Voting Locations by requesting a second VBM ballot through the mail. This request must be made by October 27, 2020 to allow enough time for postal service delivery. Second Ballot Request Form

You can go to any In-Person Voting Location in the County to receive a replacement ballot.

Additional Info & Recommendation

The ballot you receive in the mail is identical to the ballot issued at the In-Person Voting Locations.

If you prefer voting in person, we strongly recommend that you bring your Vote By Mail ballot with the return envelope with you to the In-Person Voting Location. This will save you time and keep the line moving quickly for those who have lost or never received their ballot in the mail. After marking your ballot and placing it in your signed VBM envelope, you will cast your ballot. You can also surrender your ballot to use the Touchscreen voting device.

Provisional Voting

Provisional ballots safeguard against duplicate voting. Each provisional ballot is researched to determine if a ballot was already cast by that voter. If it is found at the In-Person Voting Location that a voter has not already cast their ballot the voter will not have to vote provisionally.

Accessible Touchscreen Device

Accessible voting equipment is available at each In-Person Voting Location. The Touchscreen voting device features audio in English and Spanish, large print, and a hand-held audio-tactile interface (ATI) to help navigate and mark the ballot. A paper ballot is then printed and cast in the ballot box.

Personal Assistive Devices

 The accessible Touchscreen voting device allows voters to connect a personal assistive device such as a Rocker Paddle or Sip/Puff device to help navigate the ballot.

Curbside Voting

Voters can request to vote curbside from their car. This option allows voters to park as close to the voting location as possible and vote for disability or COVID-19 needs. A Voting Location Staff will bring a Ballot Request Form for the voter to sign. A ballot, a pen, and assistance for the voter will be provided as necessary. For more information, please contact our office at (805) 654-2664.

Language Assistance

Staff at the Voting Locations are also available to assist voters in marking or reading the ballot as needed. Facsimile ballots are available for voters to reference when marking their ballot. Translated facsimile ballots are available in Chinese, Gujarati, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.

Ballot Drop Boxes

Accessible and secure Vote By Mail drop boxes are available throughout the county. List of Drop Off Locations

Can I Serve at an In-Person Voting Location?

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.