Orange County 2020 Election

Orange County Election 2020

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Voice of OC continues to provide Orange County voters the latest information ahead of the 2020 November election. Voice of OC Publisher & Editor-in-Chief Norberto Santana, Jr. leads today’s discussion featuring: Orange County election data expert Paul Mitchell, leader of one of the largest election data firms in California, and Orange County Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley.

Posted by Voice of OC on Monday, August 31, 2020

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FAQ

Register to vote. The process is completed on the California Secretary of State website. You will need your driver's license number and the last four digits of your social security number. Allow a minimum of 48 hours for your registration to be reviewed. Make sure all fields are accurate.

Register via conditional voter registration. Since Jan. 1, 2017 Conditional Voter Registration is available the 14 days prior to an election and on Election Day for voters who miss the standard voter registration deadline. Through this process, people can register to vote and vote in a provisional ballot and their vote will later be counted after their registration has been certified. Check the status of your conditional registration and ballot here.

Access specific military voter information and services.  This helps make sure people serving in the military have access to register and vote in every election.

Find a voter registration application in your language. Available language links: Español Spanishहिन्दी Hindi中文 Chinese日本語 Japaneseខ្មែរ Khmer한국어 KoreanTagalogภาษาไทย Thai and Tiếng Việt Vietnamese.

Update your voter registration. Life changes including changing your name or changing your home address require that you update your registration.

Update or correct minor information on your voter registration including the associated email address or language preference.

Verify your voter registration. Once you've done this, through the same link you can do other activities including downloading your sample ballot, tracking your mail-in ballot and viewing your voter informational guide.

Request a certified copy of your voter registration. Paperwork including filing for a divorce or applying for a student loan may require a certified copy of your registration.

Cancel your voter registration.

Send notice of an incorrect voter registered to your home address.

Send notification of a deceased voter.

Per the OC Registrar of Voters the following items will be up for voters in the November 2020 election:

President of the United States

The Top Two vote-getters from VOTER NOMINATED contests:

Representative in Congress

  • 38th District
  • 39th District
  • 45th District
  • 46th District
  • 47th District
  • 48th District
  • 49th District

State Senator

  • 29th District
  • 37th District

Member of the Assembly

  • 55th District
  • 65th District
  • 68th District
  • 69th District
  • 72nd District
  • 73rd District
  • 74th District

NONPARTISAN

County Supervisor

Supervisor, 1st District  

School District Contests

North Orange County Community College District

  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 4
  • Trustee Area 5
  • Trustee Area 7

 

Coast Community College District

  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 4

Rancho Santiago Community College District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 5
  • Trustee Area 7

South Orange County Community College District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 6
  • Trustee Area 7

Anaheim Union High School District

  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 4

Fullerton Joint Union High School District

  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 3

Huntington Beach Union High School District

Brea Olinda Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 5

Capistrano Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 5

 

 

Garden Grove Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 5

Irvine Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 5

Laguna Beach Unified School District

Los Alamitos Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 4
  • Trustee Area 5

Newport-Mesa Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 6

Orange Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 6

Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 3

Saddleback Valley Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 4

Santa Ana Unified School District

 

Tustin Unified School District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 4

Anaheim Elementary School District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 3

Buena Park School District

  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 4

Centralia School District

  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 4

Cypress School District

  • Trustee Area A
  • Trustee Area E

Fountain Valley School District

Fullerton School District

  • Trustee Area 2
  • Trustee Area 5

Huntington Beach City School District

  • Trustee Area 1
  • Trustee Area 3

La Habra City School District, Full Term

La Habra City School District, Short Term

Lowell Joint School District

  • Trustee Area 1

 

 

Magnolia School District

  • Trustee Area 2, Short Term
  • Trustee Area 3
  • Trustee Area 4

Ocean View School District

Savanna School District

Westminster School District

  •      Trustee Area 1
  •      Trustee Area 4

Special District Contests

Capistrano Bay Community Services District

Emerald Bay Service District

Rossmoor Community Services District , Full Term

Rossmoor Community Services District , Short Term

Surfside Colony Community Services District

Three Arch Bay Community Services District

Serrano Water District

  • Division 2
  • Division 3
  • Division 5

Silverado-Modjeska Recreation and Park District

Costa Mesa Sanitary District

  • Division 2
  • Division 4

Midway City Sanitary District

Sunset Beach Sanitary District, Full Term

Sunset Beach Sanitary District, Short Term

Surfside Colony Storm Water Protection District

El Toro Water District

Irvine Ranch Water District

  • Division 1
  • Division 4

Moulton Niguel Water District

Santa Margarita Water District

East Orange County Water District

Rossmoor/Los Alamitos Area Sewer District, Full Term

Rossmoor/Los Alamitos Area Sewer District, Short Term

Mesa Water District

  • Division 1
  • Division 2
  • Division 3

South Coast Water District

Trabuco Canyon Water District

Yorba Linda Water District

Orange County Water District

  • Division 2
  • Division 3
  • Division 4
  • Division 6

Municipal Water District of Orange County

  • Division 1, Short Term
  • Division 3
  • Division 4
  • Division 6
  • Division 7

Buena Park Library District

Placentia Library District

Santiago Geologic Hazard Abatement District

 

The latest information from the OC Registrar of Voters on how the November 2020 election will be conducted during the Coronavirus pandemic:

  • • Increased capacity for online candidate filing,
  • • Expanded vote-by-mail ballot processing,
  • • Reconfiguring election worker recruitment and onboarding,
  • • Developing online training and videos,
  • • Redesigning Vote Center layouts and post-election audits to support social distancing,
  • • Managing a voter awareness program to inform voters of changes.

As of the June 15 update, the Registrar does not have plans to operate Voting Centers for the 11-day period. Instead, all Vote Centers are planned to be operated for 5 days (including Election Day) pending legislation and state directives.

MORE INFORMATION

CONGRESS: 38th | 39th | 45th | 46th | 47th | 48th | 49th