Polling places are specific locations set up for voting. They can be in many different locations such as churches, libraries, schools, or other types of public buildings. Check the address listed on your voter information card, or with your Supervisor of Elections office to find out the location designated as your polling place. It should also list the hours it will be open on Election Day. Typically, the polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day.
If you vote on Election Day, you must vote at your assigned polling place – the location where you are registered. If you call your Supervisor of Elections in advance, staff will often be able to tell you when the least busy times are during the day. Please keep in mind, if you vote at a church, the bathrooms are not required to be ADA accessible.
For a list of items to bring with you on Election Day, visit What to Bring.