Vote for the Bay this November

Save The Bay works to create a clean, healthy, and resilient San Francisco Bay for generations to come. We support policy changes and new funding sources to enable innovative approaches guiding how we grow regionally and live in the Bay Area. This fall, voters have the chance to weigh in on local and state ballot measures that can put us on a better course to a more climate-resilient future. Below is crucial voter information to help you participate in this election.

Check out Save The Bay Action Fund for ballot measure endorsements in this November’s election.

Register to Vote

All active registered voters in California will automatically receive a mail-in ballot for the November 8, 2022 General Election.

Take a moment to make sure you’re registered to vote. Even if you previously registered to vote, you may need to re-register if you recently moved, changed your name, or haven’t voted consistently in past elections.

The last day to register in California is October 24, 2022 to be eligible to vote in the General Election.

How to Vote


Once you fill out your ballot, simply mail it back using the included envelope. Your ballot must be postmarked by November 8th and received by November 15. Don’t forget to sign the back of the envelope!

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Ballot Drop-Off

You can drop off your vote-by-mail ballot at your county elections office, any official ballot drop box, or in-person voting location. Return your ballot by 8 pm on November 8.

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Vote In Person

Didn’t receive a ballot? Was your ballot lost or damaged? You can still vote at your county elections office or at any accessible voting location in your county. Check your county elections office website for in-person voting locations.

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Same-Day Registration

Didn’t register to vote? In California you can now request a conditional ballot using the Same Day Registration process. Go to your county elections office or any accessible voting location during normal voting hours up until election day to vote.

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