Drop Off Your Mail Ballot to Avoid Postage in San Diego in 2018

Your Ballot is Unique to Your Address. In 2018, there are two cards per ballot

Nov 2018, SAN DIEGO – In the November 6th, 2018 election in San Diego County, there are two ballot cards. You have two choices to cast your Vote By Mail Ballot:

  • You can choose to pay for $0.71 of postage stamps and return your ballot in the mail,
  • You can avoid the postage by dropping your complete ballot off at any of the 60 drop-off locations, any time up until election day.

Find a Drop-Off Location

Did you know? You won't have to put a stamp on your mail ballot starting in 2019.

Read more about California's new prepaid mail ballot postage from The Sacramento Bee article in July 2018. For the midterm elections on November 6th, 2018, the old rules still apply.

Learn more

Read the official San Diego County announcement regarding 2018 mail ballot postage.

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How to Vote By Mail in San Diego County in 2018

Any registered voter may vote using a vote-by-mail ballot instead of going to the polls on Election Day. You can also bring your vote-by-mail ballot to your polling place, and use it as a guide to fill out a ballot in person. You can request a vote-by-mail ballot for a single election or for all elections (permanent vote-by-mail voting).