Registrar of Voter Forms
IMPORTANT! Some forms have specific deadlines to file, some must be filed within a set number of days before or after an event, and others can be filed any time during the year. Please refer to the form instructions, information page, or contact our office for assistance.
Vote-by-Mail Ballot Requests
Since the passage of Assembly Bill No. 37 in 2021, every active, registered voter in California is automatically mailed a ballot in every election. As a result, there is no longer a Vote-by-Mail application.
Getting a Replacement Ballot
Did your Vote-by-Mail ballot never arrive? Did you lose it? Did your pet eat it? No problem! Starting 29 days before an election, you can request a replacement with the application below. Please note our office must receive this application seven or more days before Election Day. If our office receives it six or fewer days before the election, no replacement ballot will be mailed, even if the application was mailed and postmarked seven or more days before the election. For further information, go to our Vote by Mail page, call us at (707) 565-6800, or email us at email@example.com.
Authorizing a Representative to Pick up a Vote-by-Mail Ballot on a Voter’s Behalf
Have an emergency? Too busy to pick up a replacement? No problem. You can request that somebody else pick up a replacement Vote-by-Mail ballot for you with the application below. This procedure is available starting 29 days before an election through Election Day itself. It is most commonly used when a voter never received/lost/spoiled their original Vote-by-Mail ballot and is unable to pick up a replacement or vote in person due to disability, illness, hospitalization, etc. Please note such requests can only be made at our office (not at Vote Centers) by somebody who has a an application below signed by the voter. For more information, go to our Vote by Mail page, call us at (707) 565-6800, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requesting a Remote Accessible Vote-by-Mail (RAVBM) Ballot
All counties are required to provide an accessible Vote-by-Mail option which is available to any voter, but can be particularly useful for voters with disabilities because of its accessibility features. This system allows for voters to access their correct ballot online using their own device, such as a personal computer, and mark their choices, with the option of using their own assistive technology. Once the ballot choices have been marked, the voter is required to print out the selections and return the RAVBM ballot. RAVBM ballots may be returned using the same methods available to return a regular paper Vote-by-Mail ballot. For more information, go to our Accessible Voting page, call us at (707) 565-6800, or email us at email@example.com.