Are You Ready to Vote in the November 8 Election?

This November’s election is an important one, from local ballot measures  like Prop I that provides funding for senior and disability services in San Francisco, to the Presidential election. Now is the time to make sure you’re registered to vote and that you have the information you need to make decisions on the many, many state and local ballot measures.

Here’s a handy list of sites that can help you make your voice heard this November.

California Voter Registration Deadline: Monday, Oct. 24th, 2016

Register to vote at registertovote.ca.gov or you can register to vote using a paper form.

Are You Registered to Vote?

Vote-by-Mail

Check Your Polling Location & View Sample Ballot

San Francisco County Department of Elections

City Hall – 1 Dr. Carlton B Goodlett Place, Room 48
Open weekdays from 8am – 5pm, weekdays
(415) 554-4375

  • Voting Information
  • November 8 Election Information
  • Vote Early at City Hall
    Any voter may vote at the City Hall Voting Center, located outside Room 48. The building is fully accessible and an accessible voting machine is available for voters with disabilities.Monday to Friday, October 11-November 7, 2016 – 8am-5pm
    Saturday and Sunday, October 29-30 and November 5-6, 2016 – 10am-4pm (enter City Hall on Grove Street)
    Tuesday, November 8 Election Day! 7am-8pm

Voter Guides

Know Your Rights

  • CA Secretary of State: Know Your Rights (Assistance at the polls, voters with disabilities, voters with limited English, etc.)
  • Disability Organizing Network – Voting
  • CA Secretary of State: Voting Resources for People with Disabilities
  • Disability Vote HOTLINE: 888-569-7655 (TTY: 800-719-5798)
  • Voting Rights for people who are homeless: People who are homeless may register to vote. On the online form, choose “I do not have a street address” and enter cross streets where they most often stay (to establish voting precinct). Add a PO Box or Post Office General Delivery as the mailing address.
    Note: A home address CANNOT be a P.O. Box, however, a mailing address CAN be a P.O. Box or “Post Office General Delivery” with zip code (for the voter to pickup)
  • Voting Rights for people who are imprisoned  or have had criminal convictions.

Voting Questions

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