Remote Accessible Vote by Mail
Allows any voter to download, mark, and print their ballot at home. Voters may also use their own assistive technology to read and mark the ballot. Remote Accessible Vote by Mail (RAVBM) is not “internet voting,” you must print and return your marked ballot.
Any voter may use this service by requesting a link via email — enter RAVBM in the subject line, send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Service is available starting 29 days before the election. All ballots must be printed and returned in an envelope signed by the voter.
Return the voted ballot in signed envelope using one of these methods:
- Drop box — locations and times vary by election. See a List of Drop Boxes;
- Vote Centers — locations and times vary by election. See a List of Vote Centers;
- Mail — must be postmarked on or before Election Day;
Questions or comments?
Email or call (415) 473-6456.