All active registered voters in California will automatically receive a mail-in ballot for the September 14th gubernatorial recall election.
The last day to register in California is August 30th to be eligible to vote in this recall election.
Take a moment to make sure you’re registered to vote. Even if you previously registered to vote, you may need to re-register if you recently moved, changed your name, or haven’t voted consistently in past elections.
You can also drop off your ballot at your county elections office or at any official elections drop box. Return your ballot by 8pm on September 14th.
Want to vote in person? Didn’t receive a ballot? Was your ballot lost or damaged? You can still vote at your county elections office or at any accessible voting location in your county. Voting is already underway at elections offices, and voting locations will open starting Saturday, September 11th.
Didn’t register to vote by the deadline? In California you can now request a conditional ballot using the Same Day Registration process. Just go to your county elections office or any accessible voting location during normal voting hours up until election day and you can still vote!