Sacramentans can once again vote at the Library. In the days and weeks leading us to Election Day, some of our locations will transition into voter service centers, while others will become ballot drop-off sites.
Don’t worry. We’ll still be a library. Vote first, and then go do amazing.
BEFORE YOU VOTE — read this first
There are two rules to voting at the Library.
1) Know where you’re voting.
Is it a voter service center or a ballot drop-off site?
2) Know the voting hours.
- Voter service centers. These are the polling centers of yesteryear. People are there to help you through the voting process — register to vote and vote on the same day. Each offers a ballot drop-off box.
- Ballot drop-off sites. Ballot boxes located in various libraries where you can deposit your ballot, grab your “I Voted” sticker and be on your way. Convenience amplified.
Times vary depending on where and when you choose to vote. Plan your vote by preparing ahead of time.
Select the Library location below that meets your voting needs and enter the available times into your calendar on the date you choose to vote.
an important note
We get it. Putting ballots in a book return slot is fun. It’s like taking your love of libraries to the next level.
But don’t do it.
Hundreds of books are deposited into those book returns each day and the chance is great that your ballot will get lost in the shuffle and won’t be counted in time.
Make your vote count. Put your ballot in the designated ballot drop boxes.
When to vote at the Library
Find the address for your preferred location.