Your party preference impacts your ballot this election.
- If you are registered to vote with a political party preference, your ballot will list that party’s presidential contest and county central committee contest, if any.
- If you are registered with No Party Preference, you can request a ballot with presidential candidates of the American Independent, Democratic, or Libertarian parties.
To change your ballot options, you can re-register to update your party preference online or by mail until February 20, 2024. After that, you must do so in person.
All ballots will list contests for U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, State Senator, State Assembly Member, Judges of the Superior Court, and state and local measures.
Get ready to vote.
- Check your registration information, including party preference.
- Register to vote or update your information, if needed.
- Research candidates and measures.
- View frequently asked questions about voting in the March 2024 election.
- Learn about ways to vote in the upcoming election.
- Map out your voting plan using the Vote Ready tool.