Voting Matters

 

 

 

 

 

 

Voting Matters is an initiative brought to you by the Alameda County Public Health Department. Voting Matters empowers Alameda County residents to be engaged voters who can make informed decisions on issues that affect their communities--and by extension, their health.

Voting Matters makes voting easier for Alameda County residents by:

  • providing information about voting and voter eligibility
  • registering new voters and updating existing voter registrations
  • partnering with trusted community groups to conduct voter outreach
  • providing nonpartisan resources to learn more about the issues and candidates on November’s ballot
  • building community and encouraging civic participation

NEW Opportunities for Voter Registration

  • 16 and 17-year-old eligible California residents can now pre-register to vote! California youth who pre-register to vote will have their registration become active once they turn 18 years old. Eligible Californians ages 16 or 17 can register online at registertovote.ca.gov.
  • California Motor Voter Program. As of April 2018, eligible California Voters completing drivers license or identification (ID) card or change of address transactions will be automatically registered to vote (unless they choose to opt out). More information available here.

 

California Secretary of State

Register to vote and pre-register to vote

Alameda County
Registrar of Voters
"My Voter Profile" tool

Check your voter
registration status, your polling place and ballot information

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