What's on the Ballot?


League of Women Voters California provides information about how to register, deadlines, requirements, political parties, registration drives, living overseas, and much more.

Do you want current ballot information? Do you have questions about the propositions or who is running for office? Check the handy League What's on the Ballot page to find the answers to all your questions. 


Voter Information


Go to Voter's Edge California to find your complete ballot for elections

with nonpartisan information about candidates, ballot measures

including local measures, and your polling place. You will save time by

using Voter's Edge where you will find consolidated and well organized

online information. You can also see the results of previous elections. 

Register to Vote

Register to vote online here with the California Secretary of State. The

deadline to register or re-register to vote is 15 days before an



Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters

Are you already registered to Vote? Check here to find out. The Santa Clara

County Registrar of Voters has your voter information.


Do you know how Community Choice, the new voting process that will make

voting easy and convenient for all registered voters will affect ​how you vote?

Check the ROV website to learn more. Or, watch our recent CreaTV

interview with Shannon Bushey, Santa Clara County Register of Voters and

learn more about how Voters Choice will make voting easier for you. 


Our Voting Recommendations


On election day, voters face long ballots and are being asked to weigh

in on a wide variety of critical issues. Whether you vote early, by mail,

or on Election Day, we’ve made the decisions easier. After careful study

and analysis, the League of Women Voters of California makes

recommendations when appropriate. See the League's recommendations


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San Jose  CA, 95150

The League of Women Voters neither supports nor opposes any political party or candidate for public office. The League encourages informed and active participation in government by influencing public policy through education and advocacy.