Early Voting is also known as "One-Stop No Excuse Voting".
Early Voting Schedule for November, 2017 will be approved and
posted by September 2017.
Who May Vote Early?
- Any Orange County registered voter may vote at any Orange County One-Stop Early Voting Site.
- Registered voters may update their address and change vital information on their existing registration during this time. Party Changes are not allowed during the Early Voting period.
- Eligible individuals who are not registered to vote, may register and vote during the One-Stop Early Voting period. They must bring an approved HAVA ID (bank statement, drivers license, utility bill) showing their name and current address.
- Any individual may vote a Provisional Ballot if unable to meet the requirements to register and vote a regular ballot at the time they present to vote.
All Provisional Ballot applications will be researched and considered for approval or denial by the Board on canvass day (7 or 10 days after the Election based on the type of Election), based on the information provided by the voter.
How Do I Vote Early?
- Appear at one of the designated One-Stop Early Voting sites during the Early Voting period, state your name and current address. Once identified on the voter registration list, you will be given the same ballot that you would be given on Election Day.
When Does Early Voting Begin?
- Early Voting starts the 3rd Thursday prior to Election Day (17 days before the upcoming Election) and ends on the Saturday prior to Election Day (3 days before the upcoming Election).
Click here for information on receiving your absentee ballot by mail, rather than voting in person.