Not a day goes by that you don't spot a moving truck in the Bay Area. Have you heard anyone asking about how to be sure they get their vote in, if they just moved? In California, the deadline to change your address with the county elections office was October 19th. If you didn't make that deadline, don't worry — you can still make your vote count.
The post office does not automatically forward election mail to your new address (including the mail-in ballots that are going to every Californian this year) without a formal change in address. So, do one of these two things:
Not yet registered to vote? In California, you can register to vote (and then cast your vote) ON election day in-person at your polling place (find that here), or at early voting locations (find those here).
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