California Voter Information

With election day less than a week away, it is important for all us to be aware of the issues and candidates involved in both the Statewide and the citywide elections held throughout the state of California before stepping into the polling booth Tuesday November 2nd.

Here are some resources to peruse before making your final decisions next week.

1. General Election Information

Keep tabs on the latest election news, updates and FAQs on this Secretary of State website.  Some of the useful tools include:

  • Find your polling place – Locate your designated polling place by searching with the Zip code you used when you registered to vote. Use this location to find the nearest polling place to submit your absentee voter form if you have no already mailed it out.
  • Ballot Measures – Learn how you can add a measure on a topic you are passionate about for the next election cycle.
  • Election results – One of the best places to visit and keep tabs on the election issues that mean most to you.

2. Smart Voter

This is site is run by the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund and provides information on all the election issues and candidates, as well as polling place locations. Enter your address and find out about the individual issues that directly affect your community.

3. Voter Information Guide

This is the official State of California voter information guide. You can follow the quick links for the propositions, candidates, justices, political parties and more. The Quick Reference Guide includes 1-2 sentence summaries on the basis of each Proposition.













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