Early Voting offers several advantages over voting on Election Day, including the ability to vote at any of the designated polling places, often with shorter lines and more accessible facilities. These polling places are chosen by the local Supervisor of Elections and may have more accessible parking areas and bathrooms than some Election Day polling places, which may be located in churches that do not meet ADA accessibility standards.

To make the most of Early Voting, it is recommended to contact your Supervisor of Elections office in advance to find out the least busy times of the day and the shortest lines. Also, keep in mind that the number of days and hours of Early Voting can vary per county, and your Supervisor of Elections will have this information.