Same Day Voter Registration (Conditional Voter Registration)
Same Day Voter Registration, known as Conditional Voter Registration in state law, is a safety net for Californians who miss the deadline to register to vote or update their voter registration information for an election.
Eligible citizens who need to register or re-register to vote within 14 days of an election can complete this process to register and vote at their county elections office, polling place, or vote center. Their ballots will be processed and counted once the county elections office has completed the voter registration verification process.
Visit caearlyvoting.sos.ca.gov for a list of early voting locations where you can complete the Same Day Voter Registration Process.
Need to register on Election Day? Use our polling place lookup tool to find your local polling location.
Have additional questions about locations where you can complete the Same Day Voter Registration process? Contact your county elections office.
Join members of Disability Vote California online for virtual Voter Office Hours TODAY, Tuesday from 3:00 – 4:00 PM. Final one!
Voting experts from The Arc of California, California Foundation for Independent Living Centers | Disability Organization Network, Disability Rights California, and the State Council on Developmental Disabilities will be available each week to answer any questions you might have about voting in the election.
If you have questions about voting by mail, drop boxes, voting in person, voting accessibility, or anything else please drop by!
Anyone with a question about voting can join. Traducción en español esta disponible.
Join the Voter Office Hours to ask your questions by visiting bit.ly/votersca or watch live on the following Facebook pages The Arc of California, SCDD, or CFILC.
For more resources and information, visit:
Disability Vote California
Disability Vote California is a non-partisan campaign to eliminate barriers to voting, promote accessibility of voting technology and polling places; educate voters about issues and candidates; promote turnout of voters with disabilities across the state; engage candidates and the media on disability issues, and protect eligible voters’ right to participate in elections.
Why it is important to vote, how to vote, and what to do if your voting rights are violated
Important issues for people with disabilities and families
Sample questions you can ask candidates
All materials in are in plain language. They are available in English and Spanish and in PDF and Word versions.
The ARC has also partnered with Disability Rights California (DRC) and the State Council on Developmental Disabilities to create the website Disability Vote California which you can find at disabilityvoteca.org.
The Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) was developed by the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) in 2009 to take the place of an aging voting system. The project seeks a voting system that will put voters at the center and get more people out to vote.
You can now register to vote online by visiting the California Secretary of State's web site. You will need your California driver license or identification card number, the last four digits of your social security number, and your date of birth. Your information will be provided to the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to retrieve a copy of your DMV signature.
NLACRC has Voter Registration Cards available in several languages including English, Spanish, Tagalog, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese. If you are a NLACRC consumer and you would like to receive a card, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Voter Preference Forms
The Voter Preference Forms are also available in the same languages as the Voter Registration Cards. If you are a NLACRC consumer or if you are filling out an intake application for NLACRC, please fill out a Voter Preference Form and give it to your service coordinator or intake contact person.