According to John Tuteur, it’s too late to mail in your ballot. The only option is to drop it off at one of the voter assistance centers, or at one of the few remaining polling places open on election day. (See the green notice in your ballot package.)
However, if you’re looking for a place to drop off your ballot anywhere downtown, you’re out of luck!! John Tuteur explains:
9/9/14 The Red Cross has played a key role after the quake and in our recover
Anne Steinhauer, Executive Director of the Napa Red Cross, talks about the Red Cross’ role immediately after the disaster and now, in the recovery.
9/2/14 – We could be in for years of seismic activity here in the Bay Area. NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE Geology Professor Richard Della Valle explains:
The takeaway from this conversation with Della Valle is a better understanding of what happened and why, and an insightful but fearful understanding of what may be ahead.
8/30/14 – Napa is open for Business
As we continue the clean up from one week ago, each and every day hotels, restaurants, and building reopen. From Calistoga to Carnaro, the Napa Valley is open for business. Visit Napa Valley’s Clay Gregory bring us up to date and what he’s doing to get the word out: