Napa County election office has five voter assistance centers that will be open until the polls close at 8 p.m.
These centers are for people who have not mailed in their ballots.
It is too late for the election department to count mail in ballots for those who use the U.S. mail, according to John Tuteur, Napa County Assessor and Registrar of Voters.
“The centers are the place for anyone to go who has lost their ballot,” he said. “You can’t just in there and vote. But if you have any questions about your ballot, one of the centers is the place to go.”
The center locations:
• Napa — top floor of the Second Street Parking Garage or voters can drive through the alley on the north side of the garage and drop off their ballots.
- Napa Valley Expo — Burnell Street, which has drive-through service.
- Yountville at the library in the community center, 6650 Yount St.
- St. Helena — 990 College Avenue off Pope Street.
- Calistoga — Napa County Fairground, 1435 N. Oak St.
- American Canyon — public safety building, 911 Donaldson Way, on the left side of Highway 29.
Mail-in ballots may also be left at any voter polling station.
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