CONGRATULATIONS! I've registered, now what?

1. Get Educated

  • Learn about what you'll be voting on.
  • You can vote on everything or just the things you care about.
  • You'll receive a Sample Ballot and Voter information Guide in the mail—they will provide information about the candidates and ballot measures
  • 2. Where to Vote

  • Find your designated polling place (it's listed on the back cover of your Sample Ballot or click here. (link here: http://www.smartvoter.org/index.html)
  • Vote at home with an absentee ballot. (You must apply for an absentee ballot. You can use the application on your Sample Ballot and your request must be received by October 26.)
  • 3. Go Vote

  • You will be asked to sign a book that lists all the voters in your area.
  • If your name is not on the list, you can still vote with a provisional ballot.
  • You will be given a paper ballot, card or access code to use in a private voting booth.
  • Take as much time as you need and feel free to ask for help.