Placer County Elections provides two ways to access our online Voter Information Guide which are compatible with screen readers to assist voters with disabilities.
- The Placer County Accessible Voter Information Guide is the same one you receive if you request a Remote Accessible Vote-by-Mail (RAVBM) ballot or opt-out of receiving paper voter information guides. It contains critical information regarding the upcoming election, such as candidate statements, measure texts and arguments, vote center and ballot drop box locations and hours, and any pertinent updates like new election laws. You can also view an accessible version of your sample ballot, mark it electronically, and download or print a copy for your reference.
- The second option is the Placer County Your Voter Guide website, which shows only the candidates and measures on your ballot. You can read any candidate statements of qualifications submitted by candidates when they filed for office, full measure texts, and arguments for and against proposed measures.
Candidate statements and measure text (i.e., propositions) for statewide candidates and measures are available on Secretary of State Voter Guide website.
Click the link above to access Placer County Elections’ online Accessible Voter Information Guide.
The page will ask for your precinct number, which depends on your registered residence address. To find your precinct, go to the My Representatives page and follow these steps:
- Select your city.
- Enter your house number.
- Enter a few letters of your street name.
- Click Submit.
- Select your street from the list below the Submit button.
This will open the list of your districts and elected officials on the right. Your precinct is shown in blue below the Submit button.
Enter your precinct number on the Placer County Accessible Voter Information Guide page to see your guide.
Option 2 – Placer County Your Voter Guide Website
Click the link above to access Placer County Elections’ Your Voter Guide website.
This website displays a list of candidates and measures on your ballot, along with candidate statements of qualifications, measure texts, and arguments for and against proposed measures.
The Your Voter Guide website requires you to enter only the residence address where you are registered to vote. Please include the street direction (N, S, E, W) if needed. Click Search to see your guide.