Click HERE to go to the California Secretary of State’s Voter Registration Website.
To qualify to register to vote in California, you must be:
A United States citizen and a resident of California (for information on voters in the military or overseas, please see Military and Overseas Voters), and
18 years old or older on Election Day, and
Not currently in state or federal prison or on parole for the conviction of a felony (for more information, please see Voting Rights: Persons with a Criminal History), and
Not currently found mentally incompetent to vote by a court (for more information, please see Voting Rights: Persons Subject to Conservatorship).
To qualify to pre-register to vote in California, you must:
Be 16 or 17 years old, and
Meet all of the other eligibility requirements to vote.
You will automatically be registered to vote on your 18th birthday.
Tracking your ballot – when it is mailed, received, and counted.
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Provided by the California Secretary of State
NCSL – National Conference of State Legislators tracks all election related enactments.
All 50 states have introduced election-related bills so far this year. Many states have debated whether to make permanent policies that were temporary adjustments for 2020 and the most popular topics under consideration are increasing or limiting absentee and mail voting, ballot drop boxes and voter identification requirements.