Voter Registration

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Register to Vote

Everything you need to know about voter registration, including links to online registration, eligibility, voter registration updates, and using a paper voter registration form to register and vote.

Restore Your Vote

Do you have a criminal conviction? Are you in jail or on probation? You may be eligible to vote. Individuals convicted of a felony are ineligible to vote only while in prison. You can register and vote upon release from prison.

New Citizens

New citizens who are at least 18 years old are eligible to register and vote after participating in a Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) ceremony. Citizens 16 and 17 years old are eligible to pre-register to vote; these registrants will have their registrations held until they become eligible to vote.

Election Notifications (Mailings)

The Yolo County Elections Office regularly sends election notifications or mail to voters. These mailings, most often required by law, range from notification cards to information cards to ballots. The United States Postal Service election mail logo helps voters easily identify our mail. It is important to review any election mail you receive, as it may be a notice regarding your registration status, information on voting locations and official ballot drop boxes, or your ballot. Keep reading for the different types of mailings you may receive from our office.