Voter Information Guide
Ballot Counting Process [available soon]
The deadline to apply for a Mail Ballot is seven days prior to Election Day:
If a voter becomes ill or disabled after the Mail Ballot application deadline and believes that they cannot get to a Polling Place on Election Day, the voter may submit a written request to have a Mail Ballot picked up from the Elections Office and delivered to him or her by an authorized representative of the voter.
Mail Ballots will be delivered to the U.S. Post Office:
Request a replacement mail ballot:
Return a voted mail ballot:
Mail via the U.S. Postal Service
Drop off at any City Clerk office or County library
Drop off at any Early Voting site
Deliver to the San Bernardino County Elections Office on or before 8 p.m. on Election Day
When the Elections Office receives a voted mail ballot without the voter’s signature on the return envelope, the Elections Office is unable to count that mail ballot. However, California law allows voters another chance to correct their ballot up to 8 days after the election. These voters are notified by mail that they may:
If you received a letter from the Elections Office stating that your mail ballot return envelope was not signed, go to the Elections Office to sign your envelope, or complete and return one of the following forms:
For the November 7, 2017 Consolidated Election, unsigned mail ballot return envelopes must be corrected by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, November 15, 2017, in order for the ballot to be counted.
To cancel your Permanent Mail Ballot status, please complete and return one of the following applications:
Return completed applications: