Map: Where to go Tuesday — Berkeley polling locations

Thankfully, unlike many people on the East Coast still suffering in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, getting out to vote should not present any undue problems for Berkeleyans on Tuesday.

But do you know where your nearest polling place is? Berkeleyside could not easily track down a simple map showing the locations of all the polling places in Berkeley, so we created one for you. (Click on the drop-pins for address information.)

And if you’re still unsure about which way to vote on candidates and measures, check out Voter’s Edge Berkeley for complete coverage and tracking of the city’s 10 ballot measures, and read  Berkeleyside’s Election 2012 section for guidance.

View Alameda County Polling Places in a full screen map

See the full list of Alameda County polling locations here. All information is current, according to the registrar’s office, as of Nov. 6, 2012.

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  • http://www.flickr.com/parksdh D. H. Parks

    The pins for precincts 201100 and 201300 are in error. Cragmont school is not Cragmont Park.

  • emraguso

    Good catch — apparently Google Maps thinks the park address is the school address (830 Regal Road). Following your comment, I put in a “cheat” address to drop the pin in the right place. You can see the full list here:
    http://www.acgov.org/rov/pollinglocations.htm

  • Akkizza

    I had something disturbing happen this week. I mailed in my ballot — with proper postage (four Forever stamps). About four days later, my ballot showed up in my mailbox. It was postmarked Oakland, but contained no indication of why it had been returned. There was no message “return to sender” or “insufficient postage” or anything! It’s a complete mystery. Has anyone else had this happen?

    At any rate, I hope this happens to no one else, particularly people who mail in their ballots close to election day. I now plan to hand deliver my returned ballot to my polling place on Tuesday, but this experience has really made me feel distrustful of mail-in voting. I guess I can’t trust the USPS to get my ballot to its intended destination. I have no clue what went wrong, but I’m certainly glad that I didn’t mail it a few days before Tuesday, only to have it show up back in my mailbox after the election.

  • EBGuy

     Did you sign the envelope? 

  • Akkizza

    Yes.

  • http://twitter.com/captfuzzbucket CaptFuzz

    This is why I walk my ballot over to the polling place.  A pain, but I don’t trust USPS.  Ever.

  • Mbfarrel

     I know this sounds silly, but on which side of the envelope did you put the stamps?

  • Akkizza

    On the front, where the “additional postage required” stamp box is located.

  • guest

    Can one drop off any Alameda County absentee ballot at any polling place in Berkeley, or only Berkeley ones. For that matter, can you drop off a Berkeley ballot in any Berkeley polling place, or do you need to take it to they one that would have been your official polling place based on your address?

  • emraguso

    You can drop it off anywhere. “Your completed ballot must be in possession of the Registrar of Voters no later than 8:00 p.m. on election night. Be sure to mail your ballot early enough to be received by then. If you are concerned that your ballot may not be received in time, you can drop the ballot off at any polling location or at the Registrar of Voters Office.” http://www.acgov.org/rov/faq.htm