Inyo County Elections

Where to Vote in Person

Where you vote depends on where you live. Not sure which precinct is yours? Your voting location is on the official ballot stub that was mailed to you. You can look up your voting location by address 40 days before the election. Learn how to vote, where to vote, what you’ll be voting on, and more on our voting page.

This year, all Inyo County voters will be mailed a ballot – with important voter information, including where your polling place will be located, inside of the envelope with the ballot – beginning October 5, 2020. In person voting options will be available for voters who want to vote in a polling place on November 3, 2020. Voters should open their ballot envelope when they receive it, to review important information about voting in this election. If you decide to vote in person, bring the ballot that was mailed to you and give it to a poll worker, who will give you another ballot to use to vote in person.

When voting in person, follow safety procedures.

Protect your health and the health of other voters and election workers at voting locations by taking the following precautions:

Voting Safety Checklist

Want more information about how to stay safe while voting?

Review Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines at:

Early Voting Locations

You do not need an excuse to vote early — you can take advantage of early voting even if you are capable of voting at the polls on election day. There is only one early voting location in Inyo County – which offers in-person mailed ballot drop offs beginning October 5th.

IndependenceAll Inyo County VotersHistoric Courthouse168 N. Edwards St, Independence

Where to vote on November 3, 2020

Find your assigned polling place on your official ballot stub that was mailed to you. Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. The complete list of polling places for the November 3, 2020 election are:

Name of voting locationaddress
Paiute Professional Building50 Tu Su Lane, Bishop
Heritage Arts Building – Fairgrounds1135 N. Main Street, Bishop
Big Pine Town Hall150 Dewey Street, Big Pine
Basement Courthouse168 N. Edwards Street, Independence
Statham Hall138 Jackson Street, Lone Pine

For information on what to expect when you arrive at the polling place, please review the information on our Voting Page.

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