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Voters Choice Act
The League Recommends

Voters Choice Act

What is it? You choose when, where, and how to vote.

I vote by mail

Nothing changes! All registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail the week of February 3rd.

I like to vote in person

You will get a ballot in the mail. You can take it to any Vote Center in Santa Clara County. A Vote Center is a mini-Registrar Of Voters site staffed by employees (not volunteers) that will open 4-10 days before the election.

Vote Centers

You can go to any Vote Center in Santa Clara County.

  • I want to update my registration
  • I did not receive a ballot in the mail
  • I am a “Decline to State” voter and want to vote for a presidential primary candidate
  • I need a ballot in a different language
  • I need assistance voting


The current list of Local Vote centers, which are open 9am-5pm daily before Election Day and 7am-8pm on March 3rd:

Ballot Drop-off

You can also drop off your ballot in any mailbox or at any ballot drop-off location.

See the ROV website for details on hours and locations.
  • Mountain View City Hall – City Clerk’s Office
  • Mountain View Fire Station No. 4 (outside the building)
  • Mountain View Public Library (outside drop box)
  • Computer History Museum (outside the building)
  • Los Altos City Hall – City Clerk Office
  • Los Altos Library (outside drop box)
  • Foothill College (at Admin bldg 1900 by flag pole)
  • Woodland Branch Library (outside drop box)

More Information

You can read the full Voters Choice Act page on our website.

The League Recommends

City of Mountain View
Charter Amendment
Majority Vote

MEASURE D Shall the City Charter be amended to: prohibit paying Rental Housing Committee (RHC) members; clarify the RHC independently implements the Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act and related initiatives delegated by the City Council; clarify the City Council may remove RHC members for reasons including misconduct; allow annual rent increases up to 4%; authorize additional rent increases for critical housing improvements like seismic retrofits; clarify mobile homes are exempt; and make technical revisions?Oppose

Mountain View Whisman School District
School Bonds
55% Vote

MEASURE T MOUNTAIN VIEW WHISMAN SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASSROOM REPAIR/OVERCROWDING MEASURE. To provide safe/modern classrooms, arts/science labs at neighborhood schools for quality education; relieve student overcrowding; replace aging roofs, inefficient heating/ventilation systems; upgrade, acquire, construct classrooms, facilities, sites/equipment; shall Mountain View Whisman School District’s measure authorizing $259,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levying $30/$100,000 assessed value ($18,600,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, with independent oversight, audits, no funds for administrators, all funds controlled locally for Mountain View schools, be adopted?
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