- California’s primary election is on March 5, 2024. All registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail. Ballots begin being mailed out on February 5, 2024.
- Your ballot must be postmarked by or dropped in a ballot drop box or vote center by March 5, 2024.
- Not yet registered to vote in California? You can register by clicking here.
- If you have moved within the same county, you can change your address by visiting your County’s Registrar of Voters website. If you moved across county lines, you will need to re-register to vote.
- Find your nearest ballot drop box or vote center, or early voting center.
- Track your ballot.
- Learn more about conditional voter registration to register and vote on the same day.
- In this year’s U.S. Senate race, you are able to vote in both the special election primary and the normally scheduled U.S. Senate primary. Read through your ballot carefully and check Katie Porter’s name TWICE to make sure we send her to the U.S. Senate.
- Have more questions about voting? Scroll below for a step by step guide or ask us at email@example.com.
HOW TO VOTE:
- Online: You can register to vote here.
- In-person: To receive a physical registration form, you can:
- Call the Secretary of State toll-free Voter Hotline at (800) 345-VOTE
- Find your local vote center, and vote on the same day.
- Vote as soon as you get your ballot, and make sure your vote is counted! In this year’s U.S. Senate race, you are able to vote in both the special election primary and the normally scheduled U.S. Senate primary. Read through your ballot carefully and check Katie Porter’s name TWICE to make sure we send her to the U.S. Senate.
- To make sure your ballot is received you can:
- Drop off your ballot at a secure, ballot drop box by March 5.
- Vote by mail: mail in your ballot by using a mailbox or going to a local USPS office. Your ballot MUST be postmarked by March 5.
- Vote in-person: You can vote in-person at a vote center, or early voting center. In certain counties, you can vote in-person beginning February 24.
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- Share this page (katieporter.com/vote), and make sure your friends and family have a plan to vote! Help make sure all of our voices are heard.
- Help! I messed up my ballot. What should I do?
- You can request a replacement ballot.
- What do I do if I haven’t received my ballot yet?
- If you haven’t received your ballot yet, use this tool to track your ballot.
- How can I check my voting mailing address and other voter registration information?
- Can I still register to vote even though the voter registration deadline has passed?
- Can I register to vote if I have a criminal record?
- It depends on your situation! Learn more.
- Can I register to vote if I have unstable housing?
- An unhoused 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.
- Where is my ballot?
- Follow this link to track your ballot. Ballots are currently being mailed out nearly every day.
- What if I’m not registered to vote in California?
- 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 site. If you don’t live in California, find more general voting guidelines at vote.org. If you are a new resident to California and registering to vote here for the first time, you can do so here.