We start mailing ballot packets to all City voters about a month before Election Day. At that time, we also open the accessible vote-by-mail portal to all local voters. We can only count your mail ballot if you return it by Election Day.
We open the City Hall Voting Center to all local voters on February 5. On Election Day, both the Voting Center and all polling places are open for voting.
Request ballot delivery and pickup
You can allow someone else to pick up a ballot for you. To do so, have them bring a Ballot Pick-up Authorization form to the City Hall Voting Center. In an emergency, you can request ballot delivery or pickup services. To request this service, call 415-554-4375 or email us.
Get help marking your ballot
You can ask a poll worker for help marking your ballot. You can also bring 1 or 2 people (but not your employer or union representative) to help you. Remember, no one can make voting decisions for you.
To get a ballot in the mail for the March 5 election, you must register to vote by February 20. If you miss the deadline and want to vote, you can still do so in person at the City Hall Voting Center or a polling place. Learn more about same day voter registration.
Last updated February 26, 2024