Yes. All county clerk and recorder’s offices must provide at least one early voting polling place, which must be accessible to voters with disabilities. Early voting takes place during regular business hours for ten (10) days prior to a primary election, and for fifteen (15) days prior to a November election. You can contact your county clerk and recorder’s office for more specific information about early voting polling places, dates, and times.
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