You may register online or by mailing a completed Voter Registration Form to your local elections office.
Forms are available at public libraries, city and county offices, California Department
of Motor Vehicles offices, U.S. Post Offices or online from the California Secretary of State.
Yes. If you have a new home address, you need to register at this new residence. If
the deadline has passed to register in the place where you now live, request an absentee
ballot from your previous address. Then, after the election, be sure to fill out a
voter registration form for your new address.
You must register by Oct. 22, 2018 to vote in the Nov. 6 general election. You may
register "conditionally" after that deadline, but then you must cast your ballot in person at your county
If you are eligible, you should request an absentee ballot from your state. Deadlines
vary, so contact the California Secretary of Stateorlocal elections officeearly. Usually the deadline for the state to receive the form is the time at which
the polls close on Election Day--or in some cases, a few days before the election.