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Check out these helpful tools for voters in Placer County:
- Register to Vote
Register to vote for the first time or update your voter record with major changes like a new residence address or political party affiliation.
- My Voter Status
Confirm your voter registration details, voting history, and make changes to your opt-out preference for paper voter information guides.
- Ballot Status Lookup
See whether your vote-by-mail ballot was received in our office.
- Where’s My Ballot
Track your vote-by-mail ballot with status notifications by email, text, or phone call.
- My Representatives
See who your elected officials are on the federal, state, and local level based on your residence address.
The following are additional resources you may find useful to read through.
- Frequently Asked Questions
Get the answers to the most common questions we receive from voters.
- Voting Accessibility
The Placer County Elections Office aims to make the voting process accessible for all voters, with accommodations such as curbside voting, ballot marking devices, and Remote Accessible Vote by Mail.
- Language Assistance
Placer County Elections provides targeted language assistance for Spanish, Tagalog, Korean, and Punjabi.
- Voter Bill of Rights
Learn more about your rights as a voter.
- Voters’ Guide
Read a guide to voting in elections for Placer County voters.
- Elections Glossary
Look up elections and voting terminology in a specialized glossary.
- Top Two Candidates Open Primary Act
Understand what voter-nominated offices are and how they differ from party-nominated and nonpartisan offices.
- Secretary of State: How to Vote
Various voter resources from the Secretary of State.
- Secretary of State: Provisional Voting
A failsafe voting option at vote centers for voters who did not register to vote in time or who may have already voted by mail.
Election Code Section 2157.2 provides that, in order that a voter be fully informed of the permissible uses of personal information supplied by him or her for the purpose of completing a voter registration affidavit that the following information be provided:
“Information on your voter registration affidavit will be used by elections officials to send you official information on the voting process, such as the location of your polling place and the issues and candidates that will appear on the ballot. Commercial use of voter registration information is prohibited by law and is a misdemeanor. Voter information may be provided to a candidate for office, a ballot measure committee, or other persons for election, scholarly, journalistic, political, or governmental purposes, as determined by the Secretary of State. Driver’s license and social security numbers, or your signature as shown on your voter registration card, cannot be released for these purposes. If you have any questions about the use of voter information or wish to report suspected misuse of such information, please call the Secretary of State’s Voter Protection and Assistance Hotline.
“Certain voters facing life-threatening situations may qualify for confidential voter status. For more information, please contact the Secretary of State’s Safe At Home program or visit the Secretary of State’s Internet Web site.”