It's time to get prepared to cast your ballots. We have compiled this list of resources to help you register, make your plan to vote, and cast your mail-in ballot.
This year, all registered voters in the state of California will receive a ballot in the mail in early October.
Make sure your vote gets counted. If you haven’t yet, register here.
Q: When can I expect my ballot to arrive at my home?
A: California law requires absentee ballots must be sent out no later than Monday, October 5. which is 29 days before the election. Some counties have begun this process earlier than this.
Q: Is postage paid for?
A: Yes, all vote-by-mail ballots in California come with prepaid postage.
Q: When is the last day to register to vote?
A: The final day to register to vote in California is October 19, 2020.
Q: What if I miss the deadline to vote?
A: The California Secretary of State allows for Same Day Voter Registration, also known as Conditional Voter Registration. For information on Same Day Voter Registration, visit the Secretary of State’s website.
Q: When does the postmark need to be dated by?
A: Your ballot needs to be postmarked by Election Day, November 3rd, and received no later than 17 days after the Election.