TurboVote - Register to vote, apply for absentee ballot, get election reminders. In Spanish and English
If you are registered as "no party preference" (you are not registered as a Democrat, Republican, Independent, etc.) and want to vote in the presidential primary:
- if you are voting at a polling place, you need to request the appropriate ballot (Democrat, Libertarian, etc.) when you get there. (However, the Republican party does not allow no-party-preference voters to vote in the Republican primaries)
- if you are voting by mail, you can request a presidential primary ballot by returning the postcard you should have received, or call, email, fax, or send a letter to your county elections office requesting your preferred mail-in ballot. (However, the Republican party does not allow no-party-preference voters to vote in the Republican primaries.)
Missed the deadlines? You can still vote on March 3 conditionally. See the California Secretary of State link above for more information.