Where to vote on Election Day

Where you vote is determined by where you live. Polling place information is made available 30 days prior to each election. The polls are open from 7:00 am until 8:00 pm on Election Day.

Important! There will be no in-person polling places for the April 10, 2018 Special Election. This election will be conducted entirely by mail. If you need assistance with voting in this election, please contact the Elections Department at 760-878-0224. 

Historic Election Day Voting Locations
Voting location
Fairgrounds --
Heritage Arts Building
1135 N. Main St
Paiute Professional Building
50 Tu Su Lane
Big Pine Town Hall
150 Dewey St
Big Pine
Basement Courtroom
(Court House)
168 N Edwards St
All Precincts
Central Court Location
168 N Edwards St
Statham Town Hall
138 Jackson St
Lone Pine

You now can mail your ballot at any US Post Office up to and including on Election Day. Your ballot will be counted as long as it is received by three days after the election. Please call the Elections Office with any questions: 760-878-0224.

Language assistance

Many precincts in Inyo County will have election materials available for voters in Spanish. You can request a Spanish translation of your ballot on Election Day at your polling location. Bilingual poll workers will be available to assist you if needed. To request a Spanish translation of your ballot when voting by mail, please contact the elections office at 760-878-0224.

Muchos precintos en el Condado de Inyo tendran materiales electorales para los votantes en Espanol. Usted puede solicitar una traduccion en Espanol de su boleta electoral el Dia de la Eleccion en su lugar de votacion. Trabajadores electorales bilingues estaran disponibles para asistir si es necesario. Para solicitar una traduccion en Espanol de su boleta al votar por correo, favor de communicarse con la oficina de Elecciones al 760-878-0224.