Helpful Voter Information

Check Your Voter Registration Status

Not sure if you are registered to vote? Check your California voter registration status on the California Secretary of State website. Review your address, party registration, and other information.



“Approved by California lawmakers in 2016, the Voter’s Choice Act (VCA) expands voters’ options for how, when and where they cast their ballots”

What's changing in Santa Clara County?

“Starting with the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election:

  1. Every registered voter will receive a Vote By Mail ballot starting 29 days before Election Day

  2. Voters can vote at any of the Vote Centers in Santa Clara County

  3. Approximately 22 Vote Centers will open for 11 days including Election Day and approximately 88 Vote Centers will be open for 4 days including Election Day for a total of 110 Vote Centers throughout the County on Election Day

  4. Vote Centers will offer more space, additional services and new enhanced voting equipment

    VOTERS will have more options and will get to choose WHEN, WHERE, and HOW to vote!”

See the California Secretary of State website for additional information about the Voter’s Choice Act and to see when your county will implement the Voter’s Choice Act.


What is on the ballot?

Click here and type in your address to find out what is on your ballot this March.