To protect the health of voters wishing to obtain in-person voting services during the 29-day early voting period, the Voting Center will be set up in the area outside of Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on 99 Grove Street, between Polk and Larkin streets.
The Voting Center will be open during the 29-day early voting period during these times:
- Every weekday, October 5-November 2, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Three weekends, October 17-18, October 24-25 and October 31-November 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (same voting hours as polling places).
To make their voting experience faster and safer, voters can use the Voting Locations and Wait Times Tool to check wait times at the Voting Center as they are planning their trip.
With early voting opportunities available 29 days before Election Day, we encourage you to vote as early as possible. If you vote early in person or by mail, you will avoid possible wait times and crowded public spaces, and your ballot will be reviewed and counted well before Election Day.
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In accordance with recent changes in the law, the San Francisco Department of Elections will mail vote-by-mail ballots and permit access to the accessible vote-by-mail (AVBM) system to all registered voters for the November 3, 2020, Consolidated General Election. The Department will also provide in-person voting services at the Voting Center and 588 polling places.
To protect public health, the Voting Center will be set up in front of Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on 99 Grove Street, between Polk and Larkin streets.
The Voting Center will provide ballots and services to all City residents* who wish to pick up or drop off vote-by-mail ballots, register to vote (before or after the registration deadline), obtain personal assistance, use accessible voting equipment, obtain replacement ballots, or cast their ballots in person.
If you plan to vote at the Voting Center in the upcoming election, we invite you to explore this page and to contact the Department of Elections with any questions. If you are still deciding how to vote in the upcoming election, or want to learn more about the different voting options that will be available, we invite you to visit the Ways to Vote page.