Election 2018: Polling Places in Winters

The following polling places are open on Election Day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Winters Polling Locations The following polling places are open on Election Day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Your specific polling place will be based on your precinct and address. For your specific polling place, visit YoloElections.org. Los siguientes centros de votación estarán abiertos el día de las elecciones de 7 a.m. a 8 p.m.  Su centro de votación específico será asignado en base a su precinto y dirección residencial.   Para saber cual es su centro de votación, visite YoloElections.org. WINTERS COMMUNITY CENTER 201 Railroad Avenue (map it) YOLO COUNTY HOUSING Multi-Purpose Room 62 Shams Way (map it) WINTERS HIGH SCHOOL Gymnasium 101 Grant Avenue (map it) ROMINGER INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Library 502 Niemann Street (map it) WINTERS POLICE & FIRE BUILDING EOC Room 700 Main Street (map it) WINTERS COMMUNITY LIBRARY 708 Railroad Avenue (map it)

Polling Place Rules

Casting a ballot at a polling place can be an exciting experience, but there’s some things you need to know about polling places to ensure compliance with state laws regarding polling place conduct.

• You can’t use your cellphone while you are inside a polling place. • You can’t campaign politically at or within 100 feet of a polling place. • You can’t discuss your vote at or within 100 feet of a polling place. • You can’t register for the current election at a polling place. • You can’t tamper with voting equipment or be disruptive to the voting process.

One of the things you can do is cast your ballot at a polling place even after the polls close: According to the Secretary of State’s voter’s rights guide, you have the right to vote even after the polls close as long as you are waiting in line. Another thing you’re allowed to do? Take a selfie with your ballot. Historically, “ballot selfies” were not allowed at polling places because they were considered to violate California’s law that limits camera use at and near polling places. But that law changed in 2017, and now people can snap away as long as they don’t interfere with another person’s privacy, right to vote or cause some other kind of distraction. So go ahead. Share your ballot on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, wherever. Just don’t be obnoxious when you do it.
This list of polling places was provided by the Yolo County Elections Office and was accurate as of Thursday, Oct. 18. ]]>

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