Why am I in a mail-ballot precinct?
Elections Code §3005 provides that precincts with fewer than 250 voters may be sent vote-by-mail (VBM) ballots instead of setting up a polling place. In a countywide election, anywhere from 10 to 15 precincts will be made mail-ballot precincts saving the county several thousands of dollars.

Return your VBM ballot early to ensure it is received no later than 8 p.m. on election day. Alternatively, you may drop your VBM ballot off at any polling location on election day. There is an insert included with your VBM ballot that tells you the location of polling places nearest to you.

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1. Where is the Office of Elections located?
2. How do I register to vote?
3. How can I vote using a vote-by-mail ballot?
4. What does the Secretary of State do?
5. How does a recall work?
6. Why am I in a mail-ballot precinct?
7. Why does my polling place move?