Vote By Mail, Ballot Tracking and Voter Assistance Centers

Humboldt County, Calif. (KIEM) – The November 3rd general election is less than 100 days away and Humboldt County residents can expect big changes when it comes to voting. Governor Gavin Newsom has signed an executive order to secure safe and accessible election voting.

While COVID-19 continues to pose a public health threat, all California registered voters will receive a vote-by-mail ballot.

For those who may need access 9 in-person voter assistant centers will be set up throughout Humboldt County 3 days before the election, starting October 31st and November 3rd the day of the general election. Also included in the changes is new ballot tracking service that you can register for HERE.

If you’re not registered to vote now is the time. To check your registration status, and to confirm your correct mailing address click HERE.