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More Voting Options. More Choices.

Elections are no longer a one-day event. Voting begins the month before any election day when every voter in Orange County will receive a vote-by-mail ballot.

You may take advantage of any one of the four options for casting your ballot:

  • Place your ballot into one of the more than 120 ballot drop boxes throughout the county
  • Use the United States Postal Service to return your ballot
  • Drop your ballot off at one of our more than 180 Vote Centers in the county
  • Visit a Vote Center to receive and mark an in-person ballot

All methods of voting are safe and secure.

Avoid possible lines on Tuesday, March 5 by voting early. Ballots start mailing on Monday, February 5. About 40 Vote Centers open on Saturday, February 24. The remainder open on Saturday, March 2.

Visit https://ocvote.gov/voting to learn more.

Bob Page
Registrar of Voters
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For the upcoming 2024 Presidential Primary Election, if you're registered as a No Party Preference voter and you want to vote for a Presidential candidate, visit http://ocvote.gov/NPP or call us at 888-OCVOTES

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We’re hiring!
We’re hiring!

You can help ensure that every Orange County citizen can vote in the upcoming election and that the election is accessible, fair, accurate, secure and transparent! We’re looking for dependable people to work at one of our countywide Vote Centers for the 2024 Presidential Primary Election, bilingual skills are a plus but are not required. Best of all, these are paid positions. To learn more or apply, visit ocvote.gov/jobs.

Check That You’re Registered to Vote
Check That You’re Registered to Vote

Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Or have you moved since the last election and want to make sure your ballot for the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary arrives in the mail? Double check today online today at ocvote.gov/verify.

The Voter Registration deadline for the 2024 Presidential Primary Election is Tuesday, February 20. ocvote.gov/faqs/registration-faqs

Voting Assistance Available at Vote Centers
Voting Assistance Available at Vote Centers

Orange County Registrar of Voters has taken every step necessary to ensure all Vote Centers meet accessibility standards. This included completing onsite accessibility surveys of more than 247 potential locations throughout the county for the 183 Vote Centers we will open during the 2024 Presidential Primary Election.

Vote Centers will feature:

  • Accessible voting machines to mark your ballot
  • Curbside voting with paper ballot
  • ASL interpreter via video conferencing
  • Additional assistance upon request

Visit ocvote.gov/voting/accessibility to learn more.

Voting Facts
Voting Facts

There’s a lot to know about the upcoming election – we have made it easy to find answers to your questions. Check out our frequently asked questions page: ocvote.gov/faqs.

Vote Safe. Vote Secure.


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