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Katie Porter for Congress

Vote Katie Porter

For California’s 45th Congressional District

This year, all registered voters in the state of California will be sent a ballot in the mail in early October.
With so much at stake, we want to make sure your vote gets counted accurately and early.
 
Drop off your ballot before November 3.
Not yet registered to vote? You can still register with conditional voter registration and vote in this year's election.

Quick Resources:

How to Vote:

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Register to vote

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Verify your voting mailing address

  • Do you know where you will receive your ballot? This year, all registered voters in the state of California have or will receive a ballot in the mail. Be sure to double check your mailing address!

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Track your ballot

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FAQS:

  1. Help! I messed up my ballot. What do I do?

  2. What do I do if I haven't received my ballot yet?​

  3. How can I check my voting mailing address and other voter registration information?

  4. Can I still register to vote even though the voter registration deadline has passed?

    • October 19th was the deadline to register online and receive a ballot in the mail. If you missed this deadline, you can register to vote conditionally and vote that same day at your county’s election office, polling location, or vote center. Find more information about Same Day Voter Registration in California, and follow these steps for conditional voter registration in Orange County.

  5. Can I register to vote if I have a criminal record?

  6. Can I register to vote if I have unstable housing?

    • A homeless person may register to vote at a location they state as the place they spend most of their time, such as a shelter or cross streets. In these instances, a mailing address is not required, but should be provided in order to receive election materials.

  7. Where is my ballot?

    • Follow this link to track your ballot. Ballots are currently being mailed out nearly every day.

  8. How can I return my ballot?

    • You can return your ballot at a ballot dropbox, a vote center, or via mail at a mailbox or any USPS office.

  9. Which Congressional District do I live in?

    • Check which congressional district you live in.

    • You are eligible to vote for Katie if you are registered in California’s 45th Congressional District, which encompasses Irvine, Tustin, North Tustin, Villa Park, Laguna Hills, Lake Forest, and Rancho Santa Margarita, as well as parts of Anaheim, Orange, Laguna Woods, Mission Viejo, and Laguna Niguel.

  10. What if I am not registered to vote in Orange County? What if I’m not registered to vote in California?

    • The resources above apply most directly to those registered to vote in Orange County, California for the November 3, 2020 general election. The deadlines above apply to all California voters. For more general California voting guidelines and resources, check out the California Secretary of State’s Elections and Voter Information siteIf you don’t live in Orange County, find more information about your local voting resourcesIf you don’t live in California, find more general voting guidelines at vote.org

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