No. The County operates polling places. Each voter will be assigned to a neighborhood polling place.

Vote centers – where any voter in the county can cast a ballot – are authorized under the Voter’s Choice Act. While the County has not adopted this model that became available to all counties in 2020, the changes being made for this election to address COVID-19 align with the Voter’s Choice Act model, including:

  • A ballot will be mailed to every active registered voter in the county
  • Every voter may still cast a ballot in-person
  • At least one polling place for every 10,000 voters must be open for four days
  • At least one secure ballot drop off location for every 15,000 voters will be available starting October 6