Sacramento and Yolo Region Election Resources

Need to find your nearest location to vote?

You can search by your address from this page.

Need a free ride to the polls?

  • Sacramento: All of SacRT’s bus routes, including the Causeway Connection, Elk Grove, e-van, Folsom and Rancho CordoVan routes will be offering free rides, along with its light rail and on-demand transit services. Riders do not need to present a flier to get a free ride. SacRT offers a Google Transit planner to help riders plan ahead of time. 
  • Yolo: Yolobus is offering free rides system-wide on Election Day. Riders do not need to present a flier to get a free ride.
  • San Joaquin: San Joaquin RTD is also offering free rides on its Express, Local, and Hopper bus services on Election Day. In order to ride free, riders must tell bus operators they are headed to a polling place or ballot drop off location. RTD’s Commuter and Van-Go! buses are not offering free rides. San Joaquin RTD offers a trip planner service to help riders plan ahead of time.
  • All of this information comes directly from CapRadio.

Can’t make it to the polls?

You can mail in your ballot on the day of the election but note: it must be postmarked by November 8. You may need to drop it off at a post office or at a pick up location before their last pickup in order to be postmarked in time.

Not sure if you are registered to vote?

Double check here.

Not yet registered to vote?

In California, you can register on election day. Learn more here.