NOTE TO OUR MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, international postal service to/from certain countries is currently being affected. The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) is recommending ways to avoid any postal issues that may result from changes made by international postal operators. FVAP guidance, as well as a listing of countries with impacted postal service can be found on their website at https://www.fvap.gov/info/news/2020/3/24/covid-updates-for-uocava-voters-and-eos.
We HIGHLY recommend that you request electronic delivery of ballots in order to have as little impact as possible on your ability to receive your ballot and election materials. Please contact us at (760) 932-5537, or email email@example.com
to register to vote in California, you must be:
- A United States citizen,
- A resident of California,
- 18 years of age or older on Election Day,
- Not currently imprisoned for the conviction of a felony (for more information on the rights of people who have been incarcerated, please see the Secretary of State's Voting Rights Guide for Persons with a Criminal History), and
- Not found mentally incompetent by a court of law.
“Information on your voter registration affidavit will be used by elections officials to send you official information on the voting process, such as the location of your polling place and the issues and candidates that will appear on the ballot. Commercial use of voter registration information is prohibited by law and is a misdemeanor. Voter information may be provided to a candidate for office, a ballot measure committee, or other persons for election, scholarly, journalistic, political, or governmental purposes, as determined by the Secretary of State. Driver’s license and social security numbers, or your signature as shown on your voter registration card, cannot be released for these purposes. If you have any questions about the use of voter information or wish to report suspected misuse of such information, please call the Secretary of State’s Voter Protection and Assistance Hotline.
“Certain voters facing life-threatening situations may qualify for confidential voter status. For more information, please contact the Secretary of State’s Safe At Home program or visit the Secretary of State’s Web site.” [California Elections Code §2157.2]