Voter registration and registration status

If you don't know if you are registered to vote, you can check your voter registration status online at VoterStatus.sos.ca.govIf you have re-registered this year, you should check your voter registration status.

If you are not registered to vote, have moved, or wish to pre-register to vote, you can register online at RegisterToVote.CA.gov.


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The Democrats of Rossmoor and the California or Contra Costa County Democratic Party, have endorsed the following candidates:

Note: the Democrats of Rossmoor do not endorse either candidate when two Democratic Party candidates are running against each other for one position.


The California Democratic Party has taken positions all but one of the propositions on the November 6 ballot. See their Resolution Committee Report online.



The League of Women Voters of California has issued positions on some of the propositions on the November 6 ballot. See Vote with the League online.


Important dates for the November 6, 2018, General Election

  • September 27–October 16: State Voter Information Guide mailing

  • October 8: Vote-by-Mail ballot mailing begins. You may request a Vote-by-Mail ballot online. Postage for your Vote-by-Mail ballot is $0.92.

  • October 22: close of voter registration. You can register online or your registration must be postmarked by this date.

  • October 23–November 6: 15-day conditional voter registration (CVR). New citizens may register to vote during this period. Also, others may "conditionally" register and cast a CVR provisional ballot at the county elections office.

  • October 30: last day to request Vote-by-Mail ballot. Postage for your Vote-by-Mail ballot is $0.92.

  • November 6: Election Day (7 a.m.– 8 p.m.). Vote-by-Mail ballot must be postmarked on or before this date. Postage for your Vote-by-Mail ballot is $0.92. Your polling location and precinct number are on the back of your sample ballot. Please bring your precinct number when you vote.