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Voters can drive-by, drop-off or in-person cast their ballots

The final countdown has begun for the 2022 General Election. Turlock residents will cast their ballots on Tuesday — if they haven’t already — for their choice of representatives for City Council, school board and in newly created state and congressional districts.

Voters will also get a voice in seven statewide ballot propositions from a Constitutional right to reproductive freedom, allowing in-person roulette and dice games at casinos and allowing online and mobile sports wagering outside tribal lands to providing additional funding for arts and music education in public schools.

Voters can choose to vote in person at a local center on Election Day anytime from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. They can also register to vote or update their registration. The centers will also have an assistive ballot marking device or a translated copy of the ballot in Assyrian, Khmer or Punjabi, if requested. County residents can visit any voting center in Stanislaus County on Election Day.

Local Voting Centers:

·         Hampton Inn by Hilton, 1821 Lander Ave., Turlock

·         Comfort Suites, 191 N. Tully Rd., Turlock

·         Turlock CSA South County Service Center, 1310 W. Main St., Turlock

·         Turlock Library, 550 N. Minaret Ave., Turlock

·         Denair Senior Center, 3756 Alameda Ave., Denair

·         Keyes Community Center, 5506 Jennie Ave., Keyes

Those who have completed their mailed ballots can drop them off from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. anytime from now through 8 p.m. Tuesday at the following locations:

·         Save Mart, 2595 Geer Rd., Turlock

·         Turlock City Hall, 156 S. Broadway, Turlock

·         FoodMaxx, 1845 Countryside Dr., Turlock

·         Denair Library, 4801 Kersey Rd., Denair

·         Keyes Library, 4420 Maud Ave., Keyes

·         California State University, Stanislaus, 1 University Circle, Turlock (Curbside Drop-off)

For more information on voting, visit or call 209-525-5200.