Vote-by-Mail Voting

What To Do if You Forgot to Sign Your Vote-by-Mail Ballot Envelope

You may have received notice that you did not sign your vote-by-mail envelope when you returned it. We have a form that allows you to provide your signature if you did not sign your vote-by-mail ballot.

Statement for unsigned vote-by-mail ballot envelopes 

What To Do if Your Signature on Your Vote-by-Mail Envelope Did Not Match Your Signature on File

You may have received notice that your signature on your vote-by-mail envelope did not match your signature on file. We have a form that allows you to verify the signature of your vote-by-mail ballot is correct.

Signature verification statement for vote-by-mail ballots ►

Vote-by-Mail Voting in 2020

Beginning in 2020, every voter in Orange County will receive a vote-by-mail ballot. To learn more about the changes coming to Orange County including Vote Center voting, visit our Vote Center section of the website. 

Learn more about Vote Centers in Orange County ►

Detailed Vote-by Mail Ballot Instructions
Our instructions describe in detail the rules and laws surrounding vote-by-mail voting.  It is important for you to read these instructions for completing and returning your vote-by-mail ballot. 

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Detailed Vote-by Mail Ballot Instructions for Military/Overseas Voters
Our instructions describe in detail the rules and laws surrounding vote-by-mail voting.  It is important for you to read these instructions for completing and returning your vote-by-mail ballot. 

View vote-by-mail instructions for military/overseas voters ►