Beginning this Saturday, February 22, voters can head out to cast their ballots in person at 10 of Fresno County’s new Vote Centers. Saturday marks 11 days before the primary election and, in accordance with the California Voter’s Choice Act, Vote Centers will open at 9:00 AM and will remain open each day through Election Day, March 3, 2020.
Vote Centers are located throughout Fresno County, allowing voters more days and more ways to vote! These first 10 Vote Centers will be open every day from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM, leading up to Election Day. Hours on Election Day will be 7:00 AM until 8:00 PM.
Following this opening wave of Vote Centers, the remaining 43 Vote Centers will open on Saturday, February 29, four days prior to the March 3 Election.
With the implementation of the Voters Choice Act, Vote Centers have replaced traditional polling places, providing voters the opportunity to visit any convenient location and vote in person, register to vote or update their registration, get a replacement ballot prior to voting, and/or to drop off their voted ballot.
In addition to the Vote Centers, 43 secure drop boxes have been placed throughout Fresno County since February 3, 2020. At 8:00 PM sharp on Election Day, March 3, those boxes will be locked.
A listing of vote centers and drop box locations can be found in the Voter Information Guide and at www.votefresnocounty.com.
Vote Centers opening this Saturday, February 22, at 9:00AM, are listed alphabetically by City below. Additional language assistance is available at all sites:
- Clovis City Utility Building, 1033 Fifth St.
- Betty Rodriguez Library, 3040 N. Cedar Ave.
- West Fresno Regional Library Building, 142 E. California Ave.
- Woodward Park Regional Library, 944 E. Perrin Ave.
- Central California Blood Center, 4343 W. Herndon Ave.
- Sunnyside Library, 5566 E. Kings Canyon Road
- Ted C. Wills Community Center, 770 N. San Pablo Ave.
- Sanger Community Center, 730 Recreation Ave.
- Leo Cantu Community Center, 22058 Railroad St.
- Selma Neighborhood Resource Center, 1940 E. Front St., Suite 102
For more information, voters may go to the Fresno County Elections website at www.votefresnocounty.com or call (559) 600-VOTE or (559) 600-8683.