Remote Accessible Vote by Mail

If any questions or concerns please call: (559) 600-VOTE or (559) 600-8683

What Is Remote Accessible Vote By Mail

Any registered Voter may now request to receive their Official Ballot electronically. In Fresno County, the Voter must contact the County Clerk-Election's office by phone, by email to, or by using the postcard on the back cover of the County Voter Information Guide.

Important: You may not return a RAVBM ballot electronically; you must return a physical ballot with supporting documents to the County Clerk.

Important: To use the RAVBM process you must provide a valid email address with your request.

An email providing access to the RAVBM process will be sent to you. You will then be able to log in and access an electronic copy of your Official Ballot and supporting documents. All Voters will be able to complete this electronic copy of their ballot on their computer.

Important: You may only vote once. Return either your RAVBM ballot or your Vote by Mail Ballot; do not return both.

Once you fill out your ballot, you must return a physical copy of your ballot, along with the paperwork that you download with it, to the County Clerk-Election's office. We recommend that you use the purple return envelope that was mailed with your Vote by Mail Ballot. You may return your completed RAVBM ballot to a Fresno County Ballot Drop Box, mail it or return it to a Vote Center or the County Clerk-Election's main office at 2221 Kern St, Fresno, or mail to: P.O. Box 24050, Fresno, Ca 93779-9874.

You may check on the status of your RAVBM ballot by visiting

When Can the Service Be Accessed

Access the service anytime, day or night during an election period.

Voters with Disabilities

Voters with disabilities can:

  • Vote on any computer with internet access and a printer.
  • Vote their ballot on any of the accessible ballot marking devices in person at a Vote Center.

Assistance for Voters with Disabilities

The County of Fresno Elections Department has a long-standing commitment to work with voters with disabilities to help them exercise their right to vote. This page provides general information about these efforts, and voters are encouraged to contact us with specific requests for assistance using the contact information below.

Email, call (559) 600-8683 or fax (559) 488-3279 for help with the Accessible Vote by Mail system.

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