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Knowing Your Vote Center Workers

Vote Center Customer Service Representatives play a vital role in helping Orange County vote during the 2024 Presidential Primary Election. When you visit a Vote Center, your one-stop location for all things voting, Customer Service Representatives are available to help. They can assist in helping you to vote or register to vote, solve voter registration issues, get a replacement ballot, and get general assistance for 11 days, not just one.

It’s important to remember that they are your friends and neighbors, working to help their community; in fact, don’t be surprised if you recognize one or two of them.

Interested in becoming a Voter Center Customer Service Representative? Learn more here: ocvote.gov/about/careers/join 


Bob Page
Registrar of Voters
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Are you ready to vote in the upcoming 2024 Presidential Primary? Visit us at one of our upcoming events to learn about the important steps you need to take now to ensure you are ready to vote!

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Register to Vote Today!
Register to Vote Today!

If you need to register to vote for the first time or update your address, name, or political party, it’s easy and can be completed online. You may also use a paper Voter Registration Form that can be found at the OC Registrar of Voters, public libraries, city and county offices, California Department of Motor Vehicles offices, and at U.S. Post Offices. Remember to register before February 20.

Register to vote or update your registration today: ocvote.gov/register


Military and overseas voter information
Military and overseas voter information

If you are a U.S. military or overseas voter, we have resources to help you prepare for the 2024 Presidential Primary Election. If you're already designated as a military or overseas voter, you can access your ballot electronically. It is available prior to regular ballots, as early as January 5, giving you more time to return your ballot. You can also receive your ballot by mail if you prefer.

Learn more: ocvote.gov/overseas

Maintaining Accurate Voter Rolls
Maintaining Accurate Voter Rolls

Voter registration records are updated daily based on information provided by voters and official government sources. These updates include new registrations, changes of address, selections of a political party preference, requests for election materials in a language other than English, and notifications that a voter has died.

The OC Registrar of Voters also regularly compares the information on the voter rolls to databases kept by third parties such as consumer credit reporting agencies, review voter registration files for potentially duplicate records, and encourage voters to re-register when we notice a change in their signatures.

These updates add up to more than 700,000 registration changes annually in Orange County, increasing to more than 1 million in a Presidential Election year. Learn more: ocvote.gov/list-maintenance

Voter education presentation information (virtual or in-person)
Voter education presentation information (virtual or in-person)

Our community engagement team is onboard to ensure people are aware of the voting process and the services that the OC Registrar of Voters provides. We offer virtual or in-person community presentations on election integrity and operations, voter registration, voter data, and more. To request a presentation for your organization, visit the Speaker Requests page. ocvote.gov/community/speaker-requests


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