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Open House on February 7

You are invited to an Open House at the Orange County Registrar of Voters on Wednesday, February 7, 2024, from 4 to 7 p.m.

The Registrar of Voters team is committed to conducting secure, fair, accurate, transparent, and accessible elections. We will demonstrate and answer questions about our secure processes, including:

  • Collection of ballots from ballot drop boxes and Vote Centers, utilizing chain-of-custody processes
  • Mail ballot signature comparison
  • Scanning of ballots and tabulation of votes
  • Testing and auditing of election equipment and software

For additional information, visit ocvote.gov/observe

Bob Page
Registrar of Voters
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Voter Information Guides Mailing
Voter Information Guides Mailing

This week, your County Voter Information Guide is being delivered to the post office.

Your Guide provides trusted election information, explaining how, when, and where to vote in the 2024 Presidential Primary Election, including:

  • The location and operation days of 183 Vote Centers and 122 Ballot Drop Boxes
  • A practice ballot
  • Candidate qualification statements
  • City measure information for Huntington Beach, Irvine, and Westminster

You can also view your Guide online at ocvote.gov/VIG.

Election Integrity Takes a Community
Election Integrity Takes a Community

Election workers are just like you. They are more than 1,000 of your neighbors, friends, relatives, and community members.

The Registrar of Voters screens all election worker candidates from the community and hires them as County employees. We provide several days of online and in-person training to our election workers to make sure your voting rights are protected, and your vote is counted.

If you are a person of integrity and would like to apply to join our team for the 2024 Presidential Primary, visit ocvote.gov/jobs

Election Observation
Election Observation

In addition to being easy and secure, Orange County elections are always transparent.

The Public Notice of Observation Schedule and Observer Guidelines Handbook are now available for the 2024 Presidential Primary Election.

If you are interested in observing election operations in person at the Registrar of Voters in Santa Ana or at any of the Vote Centers throughout the county, you can review these documents and other observation information at ocvote.gov/observe. Links to live streaming videos are also posted on this Election Observation page of our website.

OC Voter Participation
OC Voter Participation

The percentage of Orange County registered voters who cast ballots changes election to election.

  • 2020 Presidential Primary – 50.1%
  • 2020 Presidential General – 87.3%
  • 2022 Primary – 35.2%
  • 2022 General – 54.7%

What’s on the ballot plays a large role in voter interest. How do you think the nomination of candidates for the offices of President of the United States, U.S. Senator, and U.S. House of Representatives will impact voter turnout in the 2024 Presidential Primary Election?

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