DEPARTMENT of ELECTIONS
Director of Elections: John Arntz
Department of Elections Address:
City Hall, Room 48
1 Dr. Carlton B Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102
LEAGUE of WOMEN VOTERS
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a November 4 ballot,
with election results, in San Francisco County:
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See an example of a ballot, or enter "551 CONGO ST, 94131" above.
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REGISTER to VOTE
You must have registered by October 20
to vote on November 4.
Call 415-554-4375 for questions about voting or to determine your voter registration status.
Qualifications to Register to Vote
Fill out the Online Registration Form from the Secretary of State.
See Voter Registration in California from the League of Women Voters.
VOTING BY MAIL (ABSENTEE VOTING) and VOTING EARLY
Applying for a Vote-By-Mail Ballot
To process your application more rapidly, we (the Department of Elections) recommend using the application provided on the back cover of your Voter Information Pamphlet; or
You may also download a Vote-By-Mail Application (PDF),
- which you can fill out and mail to the Department of Elections; or
You may send us a signed note, postcard, or fax requesting an vote-by-mail ballot.
Any voter may vote early by a Vote-by-Mail (Absentee) Ballot or they may vote early in person.
Mail in your Absentee Ballot to the
Department of Elections:
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett
San Francisco, CA. 94102
Drop it off at the Department of Elections
Room 48, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett
(Ground Floor, City Hall)
Drop it off at a polling location before 8 p.m. on Election Day
To vote early in person:
Go to the Department of Elections beginning
October 6, 2008:
Room 48, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett (City Hall, Ground Floor),
Monday - Friday-- 8:00 am. to 5:00 pm.
Saturday & Sunday, Oct 18 and 19 and Oct 25 and 26 and November 1 and 2--10:00 am. to 4:00 pm. (enter from Grove Street only)
You don't have to give a reason for voting early.
Any ballot that arrives at the Department of
Elections after 8 p.m. on Election Day will not be
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