Voting Matters is an initiative brought to you by the Alameda County Public Health Department. Voting Matters empowers Alameda County residents to be engaged voters who can make informed decisions on issues that affect their communities--and by extension, their health.
If you are enrolled in California's confidential address program for survivors of violence or abuse, contact the Safe At Home program to register to vote at (877) 322-5227 or email email@example.com.
Safe and Informed Voting During COVID-19
To decrease your risk of exposure to COVID-19, you are encouraged to vote early, and to vote by mail, if possible. Regular neighborhood polling places will not be open. Instead, here are the ways to vote in this election:
Vote in Person:
- October 5 - November 3 at the Registrar of Voters office at the Rene C. Davidson Courthouse, 1225 Fallon Street, Oakland, CA 94612.
- October 31 - November 3 at any Accessible Voting Locations near you
Vote by Mail:
Mail your ballot on or before November 3 (postmark deadline) by U.S. mail, or drop it off by 8:00p.m on November 3 at:
Visit votersedge.org to find a list of the statewide and local candidates, measures and propositions on the ballot.