Voter Information

This election will likely be decided by an extremely close margin, and every vote counts. Voting is one of the single most important rights and responsibilities that we have as U.S. citizens. We want to help you exercise that power. Below, you can find a list of relevant links and information.

Election Day is November 6th.

Katie Hill Voter Protection line: (877) 393-VOTE (8683)

Do you need a ride? Call us at (833) 35-RIDES (74337) or email us at

Check your voter registration status!

At, register to vote or check that your registration is up to date.


What will my absentee ballot look like?


*Check your polling site!*

  • If you live in LA County, confirm your voting location here.

  • If you live in Ventura County, confirm your voting location here.


Check your absentee ballot status!

It takes just 2 minutes to get your California absentee ballot, and then you don’t have to worry about getting to the polls on Election Day!


Find in-person ballot drop-off locations

Vote-by-mail voters can drop off their ballots in person or mail them up until Election Day.


Eligible citizens who missed the October 22 deadline can go to their county elections office or a designated satellite location to register and vote conditionally. Voters can complete the conditional voter registration process all the way until Election Day, November 6.

Lost or ruined your ballot? Go to your polling location on Election Day and vote provisionally.

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Any additional questions about voting by mail?

LA County: click here.

Ventura County: click here.