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Where to Drop Off Your Ballot in Napa County

Here's a list of Napa County polling places where you can drop off your mail-in ballot today. You can also vote at the county elections office on the third floor at 900 Coombs St. in downtown Napa.

Mail-in ballots may be dropped off at any polling station until 8 p.m. today.

If you plan to vote in person, you can find your polling place by entering your name and date of birth at 

https://secure.countyofnapa.org/VoterInfo/.

Browns Valley School-Multiuse Room 1001 Buhman Ave Napa (Polling place for Precincts 121152/121752)

Napa Valley Baptist Church- Gym 2303 Trower Ave Napa (Precincts 221571/221574/221575)

El Centro School-Multiuse Room 1480 El Centro Ave Napa (Precincts 221674/221675 )

Angwin Fire House 275 College Ave Angwin (Precinct 314701)

NVC Upper Valley-Library 1088 College Ave St. Helena (Precinct 332601/332603)

Calistoga Fairgrounds- Garden Room 1435 N Oak St Calistoga (Precinct 343701)

Silverado Resort - Beringer Room 1600 Atlas Peak Road, Napa (Precinct 411416)

Emeritus Villa Del Rey-Living Room 3255 Villa Lane Napa (Precinct 421424)

McPherson School-Activities Room 2670 Yajome St Napa (Precincts 421426/421427)

Springs Of Napa- Recreation Room 3460 Villa Lane Napa (Precinct 421471)

Bel Aire Park School-Multiuse Room 3580 Beckworth Dr Napa (Precincts 421571/421671)

Alta Heights School- Multiuse Room 15 Montecito Blvd Napa (Precinct 521223)

Canyon Oaks School- Multiuse Rm 475 Silver Oak Tr Am. Canyon (Precinct 561340)

Am. Canyon Middle School-Learning Center 300 Benton Way, Am. Canyon (Pecincts 561342/561343/561344)

Source: Napa County Elections Office

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Belinda Larson November 06, 2012 at 08:50 PM
Everyone who is happily dropping off mail in ballots today should know that your vote will not be reflected in the numbers you see tonight. For mail in voters, your ballot had to be in by Saturday to the registrar's office to be counted last Sunday. All ballots turned in today won't be counted until later this week. I am outraged that I was not given a choice to vote in person. My right to cast my ballot at a polling place was taken away and I was forced to vote by mail. I was told that my precinct was eliminated due to lack of registered voters...really? I was told 80% of Napa County voters are now mail in....why? Can they not create precincts so that there are sufficient numbers at each? Nowhere on the voter info by mail did it state my ballot had to be in by last Saturday to be counted tonight. I think it is a form of disenfranchisement to not allow voters to choice to cast a ballot in person and ot to provide clarity as to when your vote must be received to be counted tonight. I hope that voters will contact our registrar and our Secretary of State to complain.
Louisa Hufstader (Editor) November 06, 2012 at 09:00 PM
All the votes cast by 8 p.m. today will be counted before the registrar formally certifies the election results to the board of supervisors later this month.

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