If you are registered to vote in California, your county elections office will begin mailing ballots approximately one month before Election Day. It can take a few days for your ballot to arrive in the mail. Click here to track your ballot or click here to contact your county elections office if you think your ballot may have been lost in the mail. If you aren’t registered to vote in California, click here for more information about how to vote in your state.
When you receive your California vote-by-mail ballot, make sure to read and follow the included instructions carefully. After carefully marking your choices on your ballot, simply:
If you lost your ballot or didn’t receive it in the mail, voting locations will offer replacement ballots, voter registration, accessible voting machines and language assistance. Voting locations will be available in all California counties before and on Election Day. Click here to find an early voting location near you.
Sign-up at WheresMyBallot.sos.ca.gov to receive automatic email, SMS (text), or voice call notiﬁcations about your ballot.
Where’s My Ballot? Troubleshooting – Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
Where’sMyBallot? is available in every county.
Equality California Votes is an independent political organization dedicated to electing pro-equality candidates to the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate or the White House. We endorse candidates who have a proven track record of supporting civil rights and social justice for LGBTQ people and who are committed to advancing these goals in their capacity as elected officials.
Formed in 2019, Equality California Votes is currently focused on protecting the pro-equality majority in the U.S. House of Representatives — including electing Will Rollins, an openly gay former federal prosecutor running to defeat corrupt Congressman Ken Calvert, and helping Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia make history as the first LGBTQ+ immigrant elected to Congress.
Will you support our efforts to protect and expand our pro-equality majorities in Congress?
Will Rollins (CA-41)
Katie Porter (CA-47)
Christy Smith (CA-27)
Jay Chen (CA-45)
Josh Harder (CA-09)
Mike Levin (CA-49)
Robert Garcia (CA-42)
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