Voting in the November 2022 Election

Voting in the November 2022 Election

Published October 6, 2022

In the November 8th election, Piedmont voters will elect representatives to fill three City Council seats and two seats on the Piedmont Board of Education.

In addition to local elections, the November 8th ballot includes candidate elections for United States Senate, United States Representative, statewide elected offices, Assemblymember, County officials, special district offices, and seven statewide ballot measures.

Voter Registration deadline October 24

The last day to register to vote for the November 8th election is Monday, October 24th.

If you’re already registered, check your registration status before October 24th to confirm that your information is correct. You’ll need to re-register if you have moved, changed your name, or wish to change your political party preference.

Voter registration forms are available at the City Clerk’s Office and from the Registrar of Voters. You can also register to vote online at

Voting by Mail

All registered voters will receive a vote-by-mail ballot for the November 8th election. Ballots will be mailed starting Monday, October 10th.

You can turn in your ballot by mail or at an official Registrar of Voters secure drop box. If you mail your ballot through the post office, it must be postmarked by November 8th.

Remember to sign the back of your return envelope – otherwise, your vote will not be counted.

Ballot Drop Boxes

You can turn in your ballot 24 hours a day at any of 66 official Registrar of Voters secure ballot drop boxes across Alameda County. In Piedmont, there is a ballot drop box located near the mailboxes at Highland Way and Mountain Avenue.

The Registrar of Voters picks up ballots from the drop boxes every day. The last pickup will be 8pm on Tuesday, November 8th. You do not need postage for ballots submitted at the drop box.

Voting in Person

Alameda County voters can vote in person at any of 100 Vote Centers across the county. All vote centers will be open 9am-5pm from Saturday, November 5th through Monday, November 7th. On election day, vote centers will be open 7am-8pm.

In Piedmont, the Veterans Memorial Building at 401 Highland Avenue will serve as a Vote Center.

Track Your Ballot

Alameda County offers an online tool for tracking your ballot’s progress. Sign up at Track My Ballot to get notifications by email, text, or phone when your ballot is mailed, received, and counted. The tool is available in nine languages.

Sample Ballots

The Registrar of Voters began mailing Sample Ballots/Voter Information Guides to registered voters on Thursday, September 29th. If you did not receive your sample ballot, contact the Alameda County Registrar of Voters at (510) 272-6933.

For Questions, Contact the Registrar of Voters

If you have any questions regarding your voter registration, sample ballot, or voting locations, please contact the Alameda County Registrar of Voters at (510) 272-6933.