Unofficial drop boxes should be reported to Ventura County Elections immediately at (805) 654-2664 or after business hours, email@example.com.
By law, every voter will receive a Vote By Mail ballot.
Assembly Bill No. 37, signed by Governor Newsom on September 27, 2021, extends the requirement to mail a ballot to all registered voters for any future election, without them having to request it. Ventura County voters are also able to vote in person at vote centers located throughout the county.
For more details regarding Assembly Bill No. 37, visit https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov
Your ballot will be mailed to you on October 10th.
Click here to track the status and/or receive notifications about your ballot (Was it mailed to me? Is it at the post office? Was it received at the Ventura County Elections Division?). You may mail your ballot or drop it off in the Ventura County Elections Ballot Box located outside City Hall, or any of the other secure ballot drop boxes in the county opening October 10th. You may also drop off your ballot at any Vote Center in the county opening October 29th. Click here for a list of secure ballot drop box locations In Thousand Oaks. You may also drop your ballot off at one of the Vote Centers. See below for list.
A polling place will not be assigned to you; you may go to ANY Vote Center location. Vote Centers will be open throughout the county open October 29th – November 8th for In-Person Voting and other services. There are also secure ballot drop box locations in Ventura County. Or, you may drop off your ballot at any Vote Center location. Click here for a list of In-Person Voting and Ballot Drop Box Locations in Thousand Oaks.
Please contact the Ventura County Elections Division by phone at (805) 654-2664 or email.
In-Person Voting and Ballot Drop-off Locations
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