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For Immediate Release

Advanced in-person voting to expand for June election

SANTA ROSA, CA | June 02, 2022

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Beginning this Saturday, registered voters in Sonoma County who have not already voted in the June 7 statewide direct primary election, may vote in advance of Election Day in person at one of 31 vote centers located throughout the county. In-person voting has been available since May 28 at seven vote centers, but an additional 24 vote centers will be open from June 4 to Election Day. All vote centers will be open June 4 to June 6, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Election Day, June 7, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

A complete list of the 31 vote centers is provided below. An asterisk designates a vote center that has been open since May 28.

Bodega Bay
Bodega Bay Grange #777
1370 Bodega Ave., Bodega Bay

Cloverdale
Cloverdale Veterans Memorial Building
205 W 1st St., Cloverdale

Cotati
Cotati Veterans Memorial Building*
8505 Park Ave., Cotati

Forestville
El Molino High School - Library (Biblioteca)
7050 Covey Road, Forestville

Geyserville
Geyserville Fire Station
20975 Geyserville Ave., Geyserville

Graton
Graton Community Club
8996 Graton Road, Graton

Guerneville
Guerneville Regional Library
14107 Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville

Healdsburg
Healdsburg Community Center*
1557 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

Kenwood
Kenwood Fire Station
9045 Sonoma Hwy, Kenwood

Penngrove
Penngrove Social Fireman Clubhouse
385 Woodward Ave., Penngrove

Petaluma
Petaluma City Hall
11 English St., Petaluma

Petaluma Community Center
320 N McDowell Blvd, Petaluma

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

Santa Rosa Junior College – Petaluma, Room 114
680 Sonoma Mountain Pkwy, Petaluma

Rohnert Park
Rohnert Park Community Center
5401 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
Rohnert Park Senior Center6800 Hunter Dr., Rohnert Park

Sonoma State University – Tuscany Village, Casentino Room
1801 E Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park

Santa Rosa
Amarosa Academy (Sonoma County Office of Education)
3261 Dutton Ave., Santa Rosa

Finley Center – Person Wing Room 1
2060 W College Ave., Santa Rosa

Oakmont West Recreation Center
6470 Meadowridge Dr., Santa Rosa

Rincon Valley Regional Library
6959 Montecito Blvd, Santa Rosa

Roseland Community Center
779 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa

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

Sonoma County Office of Ed - Board Room
5340 Skylane Blvd, Santa Rosa

Sonoma County Registrar of Voters*
435 Fiscal Dr., Santa Rosa

Spring Lake Middle School
4675 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa

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

Sonoma
La Luz Center
17560 Greger St., Sonoma

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

The Sea Ranch
Ohlson Ranch House
37600 Hwy 1, The Sea Ranch

Windsor
Bluebird Center
25 Bluebird Dr., Windsor

Unlike what has occurred in most prior elections in Sonoma County, voters who want to vote in person may 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.

In addition to offering advanced in-person voting, vote centers 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/prefer using them, and language assistance. Registered voters can also update their voter information and citizens who are eligible to vote but missed the standard voter registration deadline can register and vote the same day.

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

  • 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 within seven days (June 14).
  • Drop it off at an Official Ballot Drop Box. There are 21 such boxes in Sonoma County, each of which is open 24/7 until 8 p.m. on Election Day. 
  • Bring it to any Vote Center during the days/hours they are open.

For a list and map of all Vote Centers and Official Ballot Drop Boxes, as well as the days/hours they are open, please visit sonomacounty.ca.gov/where-to-vote.

For more information about the June 7 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 in Santa Rosa. The office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. In addition, due to the June primary election, the office will have special extended hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday,June 4 and Sunday, June 5, as well as from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day, June 7. 

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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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