SHASTA COUNTY, Calif. - Action News Now reporter Stephanie Lin spoke with poll workers about checking the status of mail-in ballots and casting votes for those not yet registered.
If you still have your mail-in ballot and have not mailed it in, you can drop it off at any polling location.
Additionally, if you have not registered to vote, you can still register at your local County Clerk's Office.
"Conditional voter registration allows people who are not registered at all to come into our office and register on the same day and their ballot will count," said Cathy Darling Allen of the Shasta County Clerk-Recorder. "This has not been the case in the past in California. The voter registration deadline was two weeks prior to the election."
You can also check in on the status of your mail-in ballot HERE.
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