Vote-Center Kick-Off Planning Event
with Neal Kelley
Orange County is transitioning from the traditional polling place model to the vote center model in 2020, and it will involve significant changes to the voting and elections process. In the vote center model, all registered voters will receive a vote-by-mail ballot. For voters who prefer to vote in person, they will be able to vote at any vote center which may be open up to 10 days before election day.
More information about Vote Centers can be found at our Vote Center Page.
- We’ll review the timeline for the operations plan benchmarks to meet California’s Voter’s Choice Act requirements.
- Learn how our Leagues can help direct public input NOW to the Registrar’s office for where to place Vote Centers and ballot boxes throughout the county
- Get to know the key messages for voter outreach: what voters need to know to ensure a positive experience in convenience, security, and smoother operations
- Meet League members throughout the County. Encourage your new members and colleagues belonging to community partner groups to hear the latest on Orange County’s ongoing transition to Vote Centers, directly from the Registrar of Voters.
Learn about Vote Centers from Neal and his staff and start planning the League's role in educating the public about Vote Centers.