Drop-off box at Antioch City Hall for March 17 special State Senate election ballots beginning Feb 23

Residents will be able to save postage and time with expanding vote-by-mail program

Contra Costa residents residing in the 7th Senatorial District will find it easier to vote during the upcoming March 17th Special Primary Election, as the County Elections Office and City Clerks are again teaming up to provide convenient “CoCo Vote-N-Go” drop off locations prior to and on Election Day.

Antioch, Brentwood, Concord, Danville, Lafayette, Moraga, Oakley, Orinda, Pittsburg, San Ramon and Walnut Creek are participating for the March 17th Election (these are all the cities that are in the 7th Senatorial District). The secure, steel drop-off boxes will be in place at the listed city halls, starting the week of February 23rd – one week after permanent vote-by-mail ballots are mailed. Days and hours of availability will vary by city.

We are excited to continue working with our city partners to be able to offer voters the opportunity to cast vote-by-mail ballots in their local communities,” said Joe Canciamilla, Contra Costa Registrar of Voters. “We urge voters to take advantage of this service for this Special Election.”

The distinguishable red boxes will be available during normal city business hours. City staff members will also have the popular “I Voted” stickers upon request for those who drop off their ballots. Contra Costa voters can drop their ballot at any city hall, regardless of where they live. County elections officials will regularly pick up collected ballots.

Ballots may also be dropped off between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm at the County Elections Office in Martinez, located at 555 Escobar Street, or at any polling place on Election Day.

For more information about voting by mail, call 925-335-7800 or visit the County Elections website at www.cocovote.us.

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