The Latino Community Foundation is committed to mobilizing the Latino vote. On March 3, help set the California Latino Agenda by electing leaders who represent your values and vote on the propositions that will strengthen the state. With over 7.7 million eligible Latino voters in the state, let’s make our voices heard!
When is the Election?
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Deadline to Register?
Monday, February 17, 2020
Where can I register?
You can register at the California Secretary of State’s website below
VOTE BY MAIL
How can I apply to vote by mail?
Visit CA Secretary of State’s website below and submit by February 25, 2020
Where can I vote?
Contact your County Elections office or find a location below
What times are the polls open?
7:00 am to 8:00 pm
You have the right to vote after the polls close if you are in line by 8 PM
You have the right to vote even if your name is not on the voter list
- The polling place will provide a provisional ballot to allow you to vote. This ballot will be reviewed by county election officials to determine voter eligibility.
You have the right to request voting material in a different language (varying by county) that include Spanish, Chinese, Hindi, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Japanese and Thai
You have the right to curbside voting
- If the voter is unable to enter the polling place, due to accessibility, a poll worker will provide a method to vote.
The voters in places like Los Angeles, Madera, Nevada, Orange, Sacramento, and San Mateo will receive a ballot in the mail. With this ballot, voters wills have 3 methods to cast their vote: mailing in the ballot, dropping it off at a secure designated drop box, or by going to a voting center in the county. For more information about locations of drop boxes and location of vote centers, please visit the Secretary of State’s Website at https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/voters-choice-act/vca-voting-locations/