Making Democracy Work


Information about voter registration and voting, your ballot for the next election and archives of candidate statements in past elections.

Register to Vote

As Americans, it is our civic duty to vote and engage in our political process.

The people we choose to represent us will have an enormous impact on our lives, so registering to vote and participating in the democratic process remains as crucial as ever.

Register to vote at

Voter Information

Voter's Edge California Get the facts before voting! Use Voter's Edge California

Use your address to get a personalized ballot.

Get in-depth info on candidates, measures, and who supports them.

Check where, when, and how to vote.

Keep track of your choices and use them to vote.

Share and start the conversation!

More Voting Resources:

List of county registrars

Find your polling place

Frequently asked questions

County League of Women Voters' Offices

Easy Voter Guide

Easy Voter Guide The Easy Voter Guide helps voters learn about how to vote and what will be on the ballot in statewide or presidential elections. It also helps people learn how to change their community through exercising their right to vote.

Easy Voter Guide

Easy Voter Guide

Easy Voter Guide

Easy Voter Guide

LWV of Sacramento partners with FoCE

The League of Women Voters is proud to announce our continued partnership with the Future of California Elections. FoCE, formed in 2011, is a collaboration between election officials, civil rights organizations and election reform advocates who aim to examine and address the challenges facing California's election system.

FoCE is committed to supporting the modernization of California elections to ensure the participation and engagement of voters.

Priorities for 2017:
Improve Californians' access to voter registration
Improve Californians' voting experience
Improve Californians' election administration system

Assisting with online voter registration
Cultivating support for election reforms among the public
Educating young voters on civic engagement and encourage their commitment to civic participation
Researching ways California can modernize its voting technology to increase voting participation
Developing effective elections policy and practical regulations that reflect voters needs

Election Services

The LWV provides election services for private organizations including homeowners' associations. The LWV can be a neutral party and act as "Inspector of Elections" retaining custody and counting ballots.