Voting Convenience Centers

Voting Convenience Centers

The Voting Convenience Center model, or "VCC" for short, is a concept   for administering Election Day voting that relies on open, non-precinct specific polling locations. Put simply, the VCC model takes the key attributes of early voting, greater convenience and choice, and extends them to Election Day voters. 

    
With VCCs, a voter can choose the time and place on Election Day that best fits into his/her busy daily schedule. Unlike the current single-precinct system where voters must find the one assigned location that is usually in the neighborhood where they registered to vote, VCCs offer at least 34 locations, some close to home and others close to work, school or other daily activities. With VCCs, there is no wrong place to vote on Election Day.

 


  Key objectives and benefits of Voting Convenience Centers:

For questions and/or comments regarding the Voting Convenience Center please contact the San Juan County Clerk's office by calling (505) 334-9471.

    


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