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Understanding Your 2024 Presidential Primary Ballot

Vote-By-Mail ballots for the 2024 Presidential Primary Election will be mailed to all registered voters beginning on February 5. In this election you can vote for federal, state, and judicial offices and may be eligible to vote for county offices and city measures depending on where you live.

A list of contests that will be on your ballot can be found in the Voter Information Guide that is at ocvote.gov/VIG. The printed Voter Information Guide will be delivered to the post office on January 25. 



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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! Our office is currently hiring for multiple paid positions on our team to work in one of more than 180 Vote Centers as well as in our office and in the field. Bilingual skills are a plus but are not required. To learn more or apply, visit ocvote.gov/jobs

Language assistance for voters
Language assistance for voters

All election materials including ballots and the County Voter Information Guides are available in Chinese, English, Korean, Spanish, and Vietnamese. We also can provide reference ballots in Farsi (Persian), Gujarati, Hindi, Japanese, and Tagalog. 

Voters will be able to receive assistance in all of these languages and American Sign Language from bilingual customer service representatives or through video conferencing at all Vote Centers. You may request a ballot or a reference ballot in a language other than English at ocvote.gov/vlt.

Election Integrity and Security
Election Integrity and Security

Election security is a top priority for the Orange County Registrar of Voters. Security measures for the 2024 Presidential Primary Election involve testing and audits to ensure the integrity of the election process, including the following:

  • We test the accuracy of all ballot scanners before and after the election.
  • We hand count ballots from at least 1% of all precincts – randomly selected – to ensure the voting system tally is accurate.
  • We confirm before and after the election that the certified voting system software has not been modified.

Additionally, all votes are cast on paper ballots, and the vote tally system is not connected to the internet.

Open House on February 7
Open House on February 7

Save the date for a Registrar of Voters Open House on February 7 at our headquarters, 1300 S. Grand Avenue, Building C in Santa Ana from 4 to 7 p.m.

The Open House will enable you to view the various steps we take when processing and tallying ballots during each election. Members of the Registrar of Voters team will demonstrate and answer questions about our processes to ensure elections are secure, fair, accurate, transparent, and accessible.

We hope that you will plan to join us to gain a better understanding of Orange County elections. Additional details will be available soon on our website ocvote.gov.

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