The California Presidential Primary Election is March 3, 2020. Please make sure you are registered to vote and come back to this page closer to the election for endorsements.
Voting Information: Presidential Primary, March 3, 2020
February 17, 2020: Last day to Register to Vote. Register here. (New US Citizens and Provisional Ballots: call OC Registrar of Voters)
February 3-25: Vote-By-Mail Ballot Mailing Period
February 25: Last day to apply to vote by mail. Apply here.
November 6: Election Day! Polls open 7 AM – 8 PM. Find your polling place.
Volunteer to Register Voters
Join the effort to register thousands of new voters across Orange County. Become a trained neighborhood organizer through the Grassroots Organizing Program of the Democratic Party of Orange County GRO-DPOC, or join a club near you.
Free Rides to the Polls
Lyft and Uber are providing free rides to the polls on election day. For Lyft details, click here. For Uber program details, click here. These offers are not managed by the Democratic Party and may require you to download Lyft or Uber apps to your smartphone. If you have questions or would like other support for a ride to the polls, please contact us.
Voter Hotline: (877) 321-VOTE (8683)
If you have questions about your vote or if you encounter issues with voting, please contact the California Democratic Party’s Promote and Protect the Vote Hotline: (877) 321-VOTE (8683).
Volunteer to Protect the Vote
Every vote should count. Join the Protect & Promote The Vote voter protection program to educate voters, provide legal presence, and more. Learn more here.
Prepare for Election Day
The OC Registrar of Voters has a useful video to help you prepare to vote, and estimated wait times at your polling place. Click here for details.
More Vote-by-Mail Options
Click here to download a permanent vote-by-mail application if you are an Orange County voter.
Click here to apply to vote by mail for the upcoming election if you are a registered voter in Orange County.
Click here for information on military and overseas voting.
Frequently Asked Questions
Click here to visit the California Secretary of State’s website.
Click here for the Orange County Registrar of Voters most frequently asked questions