An important deadline arrives Monday for anyone who plans to vote in California’s Primary Election.
Residents who are U.S. citizens and at least 18 years old on Election Day — June 7 — must register to vote by Monday in order to receive a ballot in the mail. In California, the deadline to register to vote for any election is 15 days before Election Day.
Here’s what to know.
How can I register to vote?
People can register to vote online by clicking here. Not sure if you’re registered? Check your voter registration status here.
What happens after I register to vote?
If you register by Monday, you will receive a vote-by-mail ballot that you’ll return in accordance with the instructions that come with it. To return the ballot, people can mail it by June 7, drop it off at a vote center or in an official vote-by-mail drop box location.
Click the county elections site below for details.
Los Angeles CountyOrange CountyRiverside CountySan Bernardino CountyVentura CountyWhat if I miss the voter registration deadline?
You can still register at a vote center during the 11-day voting period leading up to and including June 7. You’ll be given a Conditional Voter Registration ballot to cast. The ballot will be counted once it is verified.
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What races are part of the June 7 election?
The June 7 election includes the elections for U.S. Senate, governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state controller, treasurer, attorney
general, insurance commissioner, member of state board of equalization, state superintendent of public instruction, U.S. representative in Congress, state senator, state assembly member, as well as other local candidates.
For people living in the city of Los Angeles, races include mayor, city attorney, controller and council districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15.
Check our Plan Your Vote tool to learn more about what’s at stake in this year’s election.