Facts For Voters
- Who may register to vote?
- When is it necessary to re-register?
- I just moved to California, when am I able to register?
- Do I have to register with a specific political party?
- I did not vote in the last election. Do I need to re-register?
- How can I find out if I am still registered?
You can call the Registrar of Voters Office to find out if you are still registered or you can check it here.
- What if I just moved and did not have time to re-register?
- What if I miss the registration deadline for the upcoming election?
It’s not too late. Conditional Voter Registration went into effect January 1, 2017. If you missed the registration deadline for an upcoming election, you may still conditionally register to vote and cast a provisional ballot. To do that, you must visit the San Diego County Registrar of Voters office during the 14 days before the election or on Election Day. Once your voter registration is processed and determined to be eligible, your registration becomes permanent. Then the provisional ballot you cast can be counted. Click here to learn more.
- Where do I go to vote?