All registered voters should have received a vote-by-mail ballot. You can send in your completed ballot through the U.S. Postal Service (no stamp is required) or drop it off at any of the 10 secure Irvine Ballot Drop Box locations.
For a list of Irvine Ballot Drop Box locations, click here.
Not registered to vote? No problem. You can register and vote in-person at the same time right up to (and including) Election Day at any Irvine Vote Center.
14 Vote Centers will be open in Irvine from Saturday (November 5th) through Monday (November 7th) from 8am until 8pm; and on Election Day (Tuesday, November 8th) from 7am until 8pm.
For a list of Irvine Vote Centers, click here.
For more information on voting in the November 8th election, visit the City of Irvine’s Voting Resources webpage by clicking here.
Tracking Your Ballot
If you have already mailed in your ballot and want to be sure it has been received and accepted, the Orange County Registrar of Voters offers a webpage for you to track your ballot.
To track your vote-by-mail ballot, click here.
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