CALIFORNIA – Millions of Californians will flock to the polls on Tuesday for Election Day.

For voters who didn’t already register to vote 15 days before the election it’s too late for this one, but they can get a jump start before the March 2020 election.

Where do I vote?

Registered voters can find their polling location on the back page of the Voter Guide their county elections office sent to them in the mail. For those who were not mailed a Voter Guide there are other options.

Voters can call the Secretary of State toll-free hotline at 800-345-8683 to find their polling location. Another option is to contact the voters County Elections Offices directly.

What do I need to bring?

First time voters should bring their identification to the polls. Most California voters will not be required to show their IDs.

Forms of identification:

  • Driver’s license
  • Passport
  • Employee, Military, Insurance, or Student ID card
  • Credit or debit card
  • Utility bill
  • Bank Statement
  • Government check or paycheck

How do I know if I’m registered to vote?

Voters can check their voting status and registered party affiliation here. They can also find information about their polling location, local elections, and language preference.

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