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Press Contact: Matthai Chakko, (510) 981-7008

DROP-OFF BALLOT BOX FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS

Berkeley, California (Thursday, November 03, 2016) - Those who vote by mail can use a secure drop-off box in downtown Berkeley to deliver their ballot anytime until 8pm on election night.

The ballot box in front of the Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Building,  2180 Milvia Street, is just a block from BART, is available 24-hours a day and will be in service for every election.Ballot Box at City Hall

The Alameda County Registrar of Voters will retrieve Vote-by-Mail ballots daily, ending with 8:00 pm on Election Night. No postage is necessary for a ballots returned to the drop box. 

The Registrar of Voters has an online map of other drop-off boxes elsewhere in the County. 

Previously, the only way to hand in a ballot in Berkeley was during office hours.

MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT...Remember to use the return envelope provided and to sign the back of your return envelope!

Use the City of Berkeley Clerk Department's election page to find out more information about local ballot measures, candidates and campaign finance information.

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