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Vote by Mail Application Forms and FAQ

Vote by Mail Forms:

  • ​To request a replacement ballot or to change your mailing address for current election only, click the Vote-By-Mail Bal​lot Application Form​ in​

Signing up for "Where's My Ballot"
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  • If you returned without the required voter signature on the Vote by Mail ballot return envelope, click the Unsigned Ballot Statement Form in
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  •  If the signature of a Vote by Mail ballot return envelope does not match ROV records, click the Signature Verification Statement Form in​
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Vote by Mail FAQ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Is it secure?
​Yes. The signature on the back of the return envelope is compared with the voter’s original signature on the registration form to ensure that an unauthorized person can not complete and return another voter’s ballot.
Do I have to mail it?
​No. You can deliver your ballot to the Registrar of Voters’ Office or place it in the white 24-hour drop box located near the flagpole. You can also take your ballot to any Santa Clara County Vote Center on Election Day or to any city hall before or on Election Day. Click here for a complete list of the Official Ballot Drop Box Sites. ​​
Need to vote before Election Day?

​Voting is available to registered voters of Santa Clara County at the Registrar of Voters Office beginning 29 days prior to every election. Learn more here about the Vote Center​ location.​

Last updated: 3/9/2021 10:54 AM