Voting Information:
Will Your Vote by Mail Ballot be Counted?

To make sure that your Vote by Mail ballot is counted, follow the instructions for voting included in your ballot packet.

After you have completed voting, review your voting choices, place the voted ballot in the return envelope and seal it.

Complete the information located on the backside of your envelope, and sign your name in the space provided

Your signature on this envelope is compared to the signature on the voter registration application you completed. The envelope cannot be opened and your ballot counted without your signature on the envelope.

Complete the information located on the backside of your envelope, and sign your name in the space provided.

Returning by Mail: We strongly urge you to mail your voted ballot sealed in the return envelope as early as possible, and use one first class "forever" stamp, or one 50 cent stamp, unless your envelope is postage paid.

If you are waiting until the last minute to mail your envelope, make sure it has a postmark no later than Election Day; or Returning in Person to one of the following locations:

Elections Division Office: Monday through Friday (8:00am to 5:00pm) Election Day from 7:00am to 8:00pm Butte County Clerk-Recorder Hall of Records 155 Nelson Avenue, Oroville, Public Parking Lot entrance off Nelson Avenue

Official Ballot Drop Box: 24-Hour Ballot Drop Box Available Seven Days a Week at the following address: Butte County Clerk-Recorder Hall of Records 155 Nelson Avenue, Oroville, located east side of building in the Public Parking Lot.

Any Polling Place on Election Day: Polls are open from 7:00am to 8:00pm. See Polling Place List located in the Butte County Voter Information Guide.

You Can Check the Status of Your Vote by Mail Ballot Go online to check the status of your voted ballot: www.Buttevotes.net