2022 June Primary Elections


In California, you can legally register to vote up to the day of the election – meaning you can register on June 7, 2022 at your polling location and get an absentee ballot. The last day to register to receive a vote-by-mail ballot for the June Primary Election is Thursday, May 23 2022. 

Voters have until 8PM on Tuesday, June 7, 2022 to vote in the June Primary Election. 

All registered voters of Alameda County will receive their ballot by mail regardless of whether you signed up for vote-by-mail. Starting on Monday, May 9th 2022, you can cast your vote early by putting your filled out and sealed ballot in the mail or in a ballot drop-off box. 

If you are dropping off your ballot at a drop-off box, please make sure it is an official Alameda County drop box and that you drop your ballot off by 8PM on June 7. 

If you are mailing in your ballot, drop it off at the post office and make sure it is postmarked by Tuesday, June 7 (check your local USPS office to find out what time they close).

If you prefer to vote in-person, click here to find your preliminary voting location in Alameda County. Polling locations close at 8PM on June 7, and if you are in line by closing time, you are allowed to submit your ballot at the polling location. 

You can check your voter registration information online with just a few clicks. This information will determine whether you receive translated materials by mail, so double-check that your address is up-to-date and your language preference is accurate. If you need to change your address or language preference, you can simply re-register using the same link. 

Visit acvote.org for more information.