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Election Day is
November 5, 2024

Make sure you are registered to vote!

Every Vote Counts. Here are four easy steps to make your voice heard!

Make Sure You’re Registered to Vote

Have you moved, changed your name, or turned 18 recently? It’s easy and takes less than 2 minutes to register, check, or update your voter registration status. Click below.

Check Your Status

Vote Early

All registered voters in California will be sent a vote-by-mail ballot. You can cast and return your ballot from the convenience of home.


Plan Your Vote!

Before Election Day, figure out how and when you will cast your vote.

Sign Up to Track Your Ballot

Voting by mail this March? You can sign up to track your ballot to know when it's been mailed, received, and counted! Sign up now and make sure your vote counts.


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