The Orange County Registrar mailed ballots for the 2020 presidential primary last month to 1.6 million registered voters. Those ballots will be valid if they’re postmarked as late as Tuesday, March 3. Mail-in ballots also can be dropped by hand into one of 110 secure metal boxes bolted to the ground at city facilities, parks, libraries and shopping centers throughout the county. Or they can be dropped off at a local vote center.
This year, Orange County replaced traditional polling places with nearly 190 vote centers. On Tuesday, March 3, those centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. See the latest election results after the polls close.
Vote center locations include city facilities, churches, libraries, shopping centers and local hotels. The OC Registrar has an interactive map on its website, ocvote.com, showing every vote center and ballot drop box in the county. Voters can cast a ballot at any center, but to find the closest to your home use the Secretary of State’s website at sos.ca.gov/elections/polling-place/.
Source: Orange County Register