Official Sources for Election Information
To ensure that you have access to accurate information about your voting process in your jurisdiction, verify that this information is coming from an official source.
Voters should obtain their election information directly from election officials to ensure it is the most accurate and up to date information. Getting information straight from the source (election officials) is the safest approach to ensure your participation in the election process.
Clean Elections is the State’s voter education agency, providing voters official, non-partisan election information. This includes important election dates, how to get your ballot, and candidate information.
The Secretary of State is the Chief Election Officer for the state and publishes the Election Procedures Manual.
The County Recorder administers voter registration and early voting and the County Elections Office administers election day voting.
View our County Contact page to see each county's website!
City and town clerks are the filing officer for local elections and often contract with the County Elections offices to conduct their local elections.