California Presidential Primary Election was Tuesday March 3 2020.
California Secretary of State is reporting the Current Election Results.
California Presidential General Election is Tuesday November 3 2020.
South OC Beaches has all the info to help you vote in the California November 2020 Presidential Election.
Information on Registering to Vote/Candidate and Proposition Information/Important Dates.
Many ballots are not counted on Election Day; county elections officials plan to complete their work by April 3 2020.
9:00am (pst) March 5 2020 Semi Official Results
Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders is leading with 33.8% of the vote in California.
The Associated Press is reporting that Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders has 531 Delegates.
The Associated Press is reporting that Presidential Candidate Joe Biden has 596 Delegates.
1,991 delegates are needed to win the nomination.
California State Ballot Measure 13 is being defeated with a 55.9% No Votes
U.S. House of Representatives District 49 (Serves Dana Point and San Clemente and North San Diego)
(2) Leading Candidates will be put on the November 2020 Ballot
Mike Levin (Democratic Incumbent) has 52.8% of the Vote
Republican Brian Maryott has 47.2% of the Vote
Capistrano Unified School District Bond Measure H is currently defeated with 57.80% Voting No
Capistrano Unified School District Bond Measure I is currently defeated with 54.95% Voting No
October 5 2020 thru October 27 2020: Vote By Mail Application Period
October 13 2020: Voter Information Guides will be Mailed to All Registered Voter Households
October 20 2020 thru November 3 2020: Conditional Voter Registration Period
Tuesday November 3 2020: California Presidential General Election
Voting Centers Open from 7:00am-8:00pm
Ways to Vote for California Presidential November Election
Voting Centers have will replaced the traditional Polling Places.
Determine Your Voter Status
You can check online to determine your Voter Status at My Voter Status at The California Secretary of State Online Site.
You need to reregister to vote if you change your name or you change your political party choice.
California Qualifications to Register to Vote
A United States citizen and a resident of California
18 years old or older on Election Day
Not currently in state or federal prison or on parole for the conviction of a felony and
Not currently found mentally incompetent to vote by a court
California Safe at Home Program Participants
If you are enrolled in California’s confidential address program, Safe At Home please do not apply to register to vote at the California Secretary of State Online Site.
Contact the Safe At Home program toll-free at (877) 322-5227 or by the Safe at Home Email.