VOTING 101

How to vote in San Luis Obispo County

Register to vote

If you have a California driver’s license or ID card, and if there are more than 15 days till the election (ie before October 19th, 2020) you can register online:

https://registertovote.ca.gov/

You can contact us if you have questions or contact the County Clerk office through their website or their physical office.

The County Clerk office is located at:
1055 Monterey Street. Suite D105
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
(805) 781-5088

Check your registration

It’s always safe to double check your registration. If you have moved, you can confirm your voter registration mailing address at:

www.registertovote.ca.gov 

You can track your vote-by-mail ballot, check when it’s received and counted at: 

https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/ballot-status/wheres-my-ballot/ 

Vote by mail

IN 2020 EVERY CALIFORNIA REGISTERED VOTER IS VOTING BY MAIL 

Ballots will arrive in your mailbox by October 5.

When it arrives please open it, mark your ballot, put it into the postage paid envelope, sign the envelope and mail it soon.

VOTE EARLY

Voting early helps us focus on getting out the votes for outstanding ballots. Voting early can help our campaigns save money and we can move our efforts toward critical areas. 

Missed the deadline?

It’s October 19th and you forgot to register?  All is not lost! You can now register in person at the County Clerk’s office all the way until election day. You may get a bit of a line, and your ballot will be classified as provisional, but you will still be able to vote.  Please do!  Every vote counts, and yours matters.

Find your polling place

You can find your polling place in the link below:

https://clerk.slocounty.ca.gov/pollingplace/

Help?

Need any help, have any question?  Contact us! We’ll be happy to help you.
And don’t forget to check our endorsements page!