Our precinct polling place locations vary from election to election. Currently the next election is scheduled for March 3, 2020.
For the November 6, 2018 election, we offered you the following resources:
Find Your Polling Place
There are three methods to finding your polling place for the June 5 election.
- San Benito County Elections’ Interactive Polling Place and Voting Precinct Map. Simply type your address in the search bar, then select anywhere in the colored area surrounding your address. Your polling place will be displayed. (Currently displaying November 2018 information)
- Secretary of State My Voter Status Page. NOTE, this method, while providing more personalized information, including the status of your vote-by-mail ballot, only works if you provided your Driver’s License when you registered.
- The Voting Information Project website. On this page, you can view your polling place, as well as a list of contests and candidates that will appear on your ballot.
View Your Voter Information Guide and Sample Ballot
Starting with this June 5, 2018 election, all voters are receiving a Voting Kit, which includes the complete voter information guide and a ballot that can be voted and returned. Be on the lookout for your kit in the mail.
Our online accessible voter guide and sample ballot offers:
- Viewing by voters with accessible needs. The guide and sample ballot are displayed with simple formatting, allowing screen reading software to read the guide and ballot to the voter.
- View, mark and print (for reference only) your sample ballot. Feel free to take it with you to the polls to help remember how you want to vote; or
- View, mark and leave on your phone or mobile device. Take it with you to the polls and remember your choices when you mark your ballot;
- Read the candidate statements and information on measures, from your computer, phone, or other internet accessible device.
To access our online Voter Guide and Sample Ballot, click here. (Not available while no election is in progress)