What Time Do Polls Close? San Francisco Election Day Guide
What Times Do the Polls Close?
In San Francisco the polls close at 8pm Pacific.
If the Polls Close and I’m Still in Line, Can I Still Vote?
Yes! But don’t leave the line. According to the California Secretary of State website you have the right to vote ...
de Young Museum Free Day (First Tuesdays)
Located in beautiful Golden Gate Park, the de Young Museum is a landmark art museum founded in 1895. Your visit includes a whirlwind trip around the world as the museum’s collections feature priceless treasures and works of arts from the 17th through the 20th centuries ...Monthly
Free First Tuesdays at “Legion of Honor” Museum is Back (Starting Nov. 3)
The Legion of Honor displays a collection of 4,000 years of ancient and European art in an exquisite Beaux-Arts building in an unforgettable setting overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. Normally general admission is $15 for adults, but on the first Tuesday of each month admission ...Monthly
Conservatory of Flowers: Free Admission Day (Golden Gate Park)
According to the Conservatory of Flowers website on 9/28/20, the Conservatory reopens on October 1st and “Admission to the Conservatory will continue to be free every first Tuesday of the month”
ON HOLD – Indoor Museums Can Increase Capacity to 50% on November 3
UPDATE: On October 30th, San Francisco decided to pause the further reopenings that were planned for November 3rd. Museums are still able to be open at 25% capacity but can’t open further to the planned 50% capacity until further notice.
According to a press release from ...
Free Krispy Kreme Donut on Election Day
Krispy Kreme is dishing out free donuts on Election Day. You don’t need to have voted to nab a free donut, but you definitely should if you’re eligible.
Voting feels different this time around, but we are here to sweeten it up! This Election Day, Nov. ...
Free Lyft Rides: Get to the Polls on Election Day
NAACP is partnering with Lyft to offer free rides to the polls & official drop boxes now through election day. During the last presidential election, it’s estimated that 15 million eligible voters didn’t go to the polls in large part because they didn’t have a ...
Design through 125 Years of Pin-Back Buttons w/ Christen Carter
Buttons portray design history in miniature: politics, advertising, events, entertainment, and causes — from small moments, like a family reunion, to major breakthroughs like space travel.
Christen Carter, founder of Busy Beaver Button Company, will examine how illustration and lettering affect the overall design and message ...
“Walk the Vote” San Francisco Parade to the Ballot Box on Election Day
#walkthevote is a local voting “parade” where you and your neighbors take your ballots to the box. Voters of all ages, backgrounds and party affiliations in San Francisco are invited to participate in #walkthevote parades on Saturday, Oct. 31 and Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 12pm ...
GLBT History Museum: Free First Tuesdays | Castro
SHELTER IN PLACE UPDATE – This event is canceled until at least January 4, 2021. Located in SF’s Castro District, the GLBT Historical Society Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States. The museum celebrates 100 years of the ...Monthly
Free Fries at Super Duper Burgers for Voters on Election Day
Super Duper Burgers is rewarding voters with free fries.
Show up to any Super Duper on Election Day (November 3) and show off your “I Voted” sticker or ballot stub for a free order of fries*.
Did you know, technically, it’s illegal to give incentives for voting ...
“Sit. Walk. Art.” Election Day Rally in SF’s Civic Center
Tuesday November 3rd, 1-5:30pm PT – Sit Walk Listen will gather at Civic Center Plaza in San Francisco, California to send the energy of healing and support to all voters, non-voters, and community members in the last few hours of Election Day. Participants will be ...
Manny’s Election Night Dining Experience
Election Day is here and Manny’s is the place to be to dine and witness the results that will define our country for the next four years.
The day is finally here!
November 3rd is the day the 2020 election will finally end. It will also hopefully ...
Election Night at Flying Pig: $1 Off Beer
What a crazy election year!
With so much early voting, suppression, and partisan shifts… we have no idea what election night will bring. Will there be a huge blue/red upset, a “red mirage” on election night, or will there be contentious legal battles into December? Maybe ...
Mindfulness for Families
Got stress? Feeling overwhelmed? Join Mindful Life Project’s founder, director, and teacher JG Larochette to learn and practice mindfulness skills that can support your family’s mental and emotional wellness during these extremely challenging times.
Mindfulness is a science-backed practice that trains the mind, body and heart ...
San Francisco City Hall Lights Up for Election Day
San Francisco’s City Hall and its 220+ state-of-the-art LED lighting fixtures will illuminate in red, blue, and white to celebrate Election Day. It’s a great photo opportunity that’s only up a few days a year. City Hall Lighting Schedule November 1-6, 2020 – Election Day The schedule is ...
Electionpalooza Online Watch Party w/ SF AIDS Foundation
Bring your voting stickers and prepare to celebrate this crazy democracy we live in! We’re in for a wild election night ride – join us as we watch the election night returns together with three fabulous and hilarious hosts! Our hosts that evening are local ...
$5.50 Drive-In Movie Night in Concord & San Jose
One of the most socially-distant ways to have fun, The West Wind Drive-In theaters in both San Jose and Concord are open for good old fashioned drive-in move fun. West Wind Drive In Locations Solano Drive-In – 1611 Solano Way, Concord Capitol Drive-In – 3630 ...Every Tuesday