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Redistricting and Voting in Orange County

Every 10 years, State, County and local agencies use new U.S. Census data to redraw the boundaries of each of their districts to balance the population within each jurisdiction. This process, called redistricting, ensures that each district has about the same number of residents. As a result, every voter in Orange County will have one or more new districts on their ballot for the 2022 General Election than they did in 2020. Using the interactive Find My District map, you can view your current districts and elected officials. 

If you have more questions about redistricting, check out our Redistricting Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.

Bob Page
Registrar of Voters
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Did you know that Orange County is the 5th largest voting jurisdiction in the nation and has more registered voters than 21 states? You can register to vote by visiting registertovote.ca.gov

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You can help your neighbors to vote in the upcoming election while earning a little extra money! Our office is currently hiring hundreds of dependable people to work as a Customer Service Representative at our 181 Vote Centers throughout the county. To learn more or apply, visit our website.

Online version of Voter Information Guide now available
Online version of Voter Information Guide now available

Voter Information Guides will be delivered to the U.S. Post Office for mailing to all registered voters in Orange County starting on September 29. You can also view your Voter Information Guide online by visiting our website.

Registering to Vote
Registering to Vote

You can register to vote online or in-person at a Vote Center as well as the Registrar of Voters at 1300 South Grand Avenue, Building C, Santa Ana, CA 92705 (at the corner of Grand Avenue & McFadden).

If you are already registered to vote and want to confirm your voter registration information is current, you can verify your registration online today by visiting our website

The Voter Registration deadline for the 2022 General Election is October 24. Conditional voter registration extends the deadline for eligible voters, allowing them to register and vote provisionally 14 days prior to an election and on Election Day. 

Election integrity and security
Election integrity and security

Election security is a top priority for the Orange County Registrar of Voters. During each election, we conduct numerous tests and audits to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the ballot counting equipment and software, including the following:

  • Confirm before and after the election that the State-certified voting system software we use has not been modified
  • Reload the voting system software onto ballot scanning and vote tallying equipment
  • Run test ballots through every ballot scanner before and after the election to ensure they count votes accurately
  • Conduct two audits that randomly select ballots to manually count to confirm the machine count -- 1% Manual Tally and Risk Limiting Audit

Additionally, all votes are cast on paper ballots, and the vote tally system is not connected to the internet. All of these tests and audits are open to the public to observe.

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