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Voting In San Joaquin County

  • Registration

    For information about eligibility to vote or to check your registration status click the link below.

    Registration Information
    your Voting options

    There are three (4) ways to vote, use the links below for more information:

    OPTION 1 | Vote-by-Mail

    • Anyone can request a Vote-by-Mail ballot
    • To request a Vote-by-Mail ballot fill out our online form Electronic Vote-by-Mail Application
      or complete and return a Vote by Mail Application (PDF),  or you can contact the
      Registrar of Voters at (209) 468-2890 or email
    • Ballots can be returned by mail, in person at a polling place on Election Day or at drop box location near you.
    • Track your ballot. Find out if we have received your ballot, if it was counted, and if not why it wasn’t counted.
        My-SOS Voter Status icon

    OPTION 2 | Vote in-Person at Your Assigned Polling Place

    • Look on the back cover of your Sample Ballot pamphlet for your polling place assignment,
      or use our "Polling Place & Sample Ballot Look Up" tool on our home page. 
    • BE PREPARED: Make sure you have your Sample Ballot & Voter Information Pamphlet and know your choices for each contest.
    • Election Officers will issue a ballot to you at the polls. You can vote on a paper ballot or use the touch screen to vote.

    OPTION 3 | Vote in-Person at the Registrar’s Office when it is Convenient for You

    • You may pick up a Vote-by-Mail ballot or vote on the accessible touch screen voting machine
      at the Registrar’s Office, located at 44 N. San Joaquin St., Stockton.
    • The San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters’ Office is open Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm.
    • On Election Day, the Registrar’s Office will be open 7am to 8pm.

    OPTION 4 | Vote in-Person at a Voter Service Center

    Starting February 24, 2020 there will be 4 Voter Service Centers in San Joaquin County

    Find a Voter Service Center near you - Hours for all Voter Service Centers are:

    Monday - Friday (8 am - 5 pm)
    Saturday (9 am - 3 pm)
    Election Day, Tuesday, March 3 (7 am - 8 pm)

    • Lodi Voter Service Center
      Hutchins Street Square
      125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi
    • Manteca Voter Service Center
      El Concilio
      1215 W. Center St., Manteca
    • Stockton Voter Service Center
      4534 Precissi Lane, Stockton
    • Tracy Voter Service Center
      Workvine 209
      1005 E Pescadero Ave., Tracy

    Voting Systems

    Hart Verity Voting 3.1 - How to Use Your County's Voting System
    For Voters Requiring Special Assistance -

    To find out more about how votes are processed once a ballot is cast and the security measures we take to protect them click the links below.

    Voting Systems Information