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For Immediate Release

Advanced in-person voting to begin this weekend for June 7 election

SANTA ROSA, CA | May 26, 2022

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Registered voters in Sonoma County who have not already voted by mail in the June 7 statewide direct primary election, may begin voting in person on Saturday, May 28 at one of seven vote centers located throughout the county. Each vote center will be open for 11 days from May 28 to June 7, which is Election Day, including Saturdays, Sundays and Memorial Day. Hours of operation for the vote centers will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on Election Day itself, when the hours will be 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The seven vote centers opening on Saturday are as follows (listed in alphabetical order by town/city/place):

Cotati Veterans Memorial Building 
8505 Park Ave., Cotati

Healdsburg Community Center 
1557 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

Petaluma Veterans Memorial Building 
1094 Petaluma Blvd. S., Petaluma

Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building 
1351 Maple Ave., Santa Rosa

Sonoma County Registrar of Voters 
435 Fiscal Drive, Santa Rosa

Sebastopol Center for the Arts 
282 S High St., Sebastopol

Sonoma Veterans Memorial Building 
126 1st St. W., Sonoma

Twenty-four additional vote centers will open for four days leading up to Election Day starting on June 4.

Unlike most prior elections in Sonoma County, voters who want to cast their ballots in person can go to whichever vote center they choose; they are not assigned to a single location. This is due to the fact that this is the first countywide election in Sonoma County to be conducted under the Voter’s Choice Act election model. Named after the law on which it is based, the objective of this model is to give voters more flexibility regarding how, when and where to cast their ballots.

Vote centers also offer a variety of other services, including serving as drop-off locations for vote-by-mail ballots, issuing replacement vote-by-mail ballots (for example, if a voter’s first ballot never arrived or was lost/spoiled, etc.), providing accessible ballot-marking devices to those who need or prefer using them, and language assistance. Registered voters may also update their voter information and citizens who are eligible to vote but missed the standard voter registration deadline can register and vote “late.”

Voters preferring to vote via vote-by-mail ballot that was mailed to them can return it in one of three ways:

1) By mail. In order to count, it must be postmarked on or before Election Day, June 7 and received in the Registrar of Voters Office by June 14.

2) Drop it off at one of 21 official ballot drop boxes throughout Sonoma County, which are open 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week until 8 p.m. on Election Day.

3) Bring it to any vote center during its hours of operation.

For a list, map and other details of all vote centers and official ballot drop boxes, please visit sonomacounty.ca.gov/where-to-vote.

For more information about the June 7, statewide direct primary election (or any other election-related topics), please visit the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters website at socovotes.com, call (707) 565-6800, email rov-info@sonoma-county.org, or visit the Registrar of Voters Office in person at 435 Fiscal Drive, Santa Rosa. The office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays (excluding holidays). In addition, due to the June election, the office will also be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays (May 28 and June 4), Sundays (May 29 and June 5), and Memorial Day (May 30), as well as 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day itself.

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Contact Information: 
Wendy Hudson 
Chief Deputy Registrar of Voters 
Wendy.Hudson@sonoma-county.org 
(707) 565-6800

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