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Four Ways to Vote

Primary or General Election options

1) Vote Early

29 days before the election, Butte County Elections Division Office opens as a polling place.

Voters may pick up a ballot or vote there.

Place & Time: Butte County Elections Division Office - 25 County Center Dr. Suite 110, Oroville. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Phone: 530-538-7761 or toll free within Butte County at 1-800-894-7761.

2) Vote by Mail

The first day to mail vote by mail voter ballots is 29 days before the election. Overseas citizens and military personnel and their eligible spouse or dependent may obtain a ballot 60 days before the election – ask your commanding officer or download the Federal Post Card Application.

Voters may request a ballot for all future elections. You may download an application online at here, and submit by mail or FAX to 530-538-6853 by 5 p.m. at least 7 days before Election Day, or in person up to and including Election Day.

3) Weekend Voting

Vote on the Saturday prior to Election Day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the following location:

Butte County Elections Division Office - 25 County Center Dr. Suite 110, Oroville.

Phone: 530-538-7761 or toll free within Butte County at 1-800-894-7761.

Vote by mail voters who still have their ballots are encouraged to drop them off.

4) Vote at Your Polling Place

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

YOUR POLLING PLACE LOCATION MAY HAVE CHANGED from where you voted in the last election. Please refer to the back label of your Sample Ballot and Voter Information Booklet to determine where your polling place location is for this election.

If you are assigned to a mail ballot precinct, there are 250 or fewer voters in your area, so you will automatically be mailed a ballot.