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How You Can Still Vote In The Recall Election (If You Haven’t Yet)

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Recall Election Day is Tuesday, Sept. 14, which is just about to happen. What if you still haven’t returned your ballot? It’s very easy to do so and still have it counted. And some lunatic Trump Republican could take over the state if you don’t vote, so people, it is incredibly important that you do vote in the recall election. 

Here’s how you can still vote, even if you haven’t yet.  There are three ways you can still vote:

  • Drop Your Ballot in the Mail
  • Visit a Ballot Drop-Off Location
  • Just Vote at Your Normal Polling Place

If you need a little more detail on any of these, let’s take a look at your last-minute options with each one.

Image: Tom Prete via Flickr

JUST VOTE AT YOUR NORMAL POLLING PLACE

Your normal polling place will be open and operating from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, September 14. To find your polling place in California, go to the California Find Your Polling Place Tool and just enter your address.

Image: Philar via Flickr

DROP YOUR BALLOT IN THE MAIL

You can drop it in the mail, or at any postal drop-box on the street. It will still be counted as long as it’s postmarked Sept. 14. But make sure to check the collection times on the dropbox. You have to drop the ballot before the carrier’s collection time on Sept. 14 for your ballot to count.

Image: KTVU

VISIT A BALLOT DROP-OFF LOCATION

For complete peace of mind, you can also drop your ballot at a ballot drop-off box. Here’s the California Ballot Drop-Off location finder, and below we’ve listed ballot drop-off location in San Francisco, plus their hours:

Bayview Branch Library

5075 3rd Street

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

Chase Center

3rd Street at Warriors Way

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

City College – Chinatown Campus

808 Kearny Street

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

City College – Mission Campus

1125 Valencia Street

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

City Hall

1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Pl, Rm #48

Sept 13 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

Excelsior Branch Library

4400 Mission Street

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

Golden Gate Valley Branch Library

1801 Green Street

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

Merced Branch Library

155 Winston Drive

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

Noe Valley Branch Library

451 Jersey Street

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

Ortega Branch Library

3223 Ortega Street

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

Park Branch Library

1833 Page Street

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

Richmond Branch Library

351 9th Avenue

Sept 13: 8am – 5pm

Election Day: 7am – 8pm

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