Take a moment today to avoid the lines on Election Day and sign up to have your ballot mailed to you a few weeks before each election. Once you are a Permanent Vote-by-Mail Voter, each election you just have to fill out your ballot, place it in the mail, and stay home on Election Day – or better yet, help your favorite Democratic candidate get-out-the-vote!
Note: You must already be registered to vote to sign up to become a Permanent-Vote-By-Mail voter. If you are not registered to vote or unsure about your voter status, please visit www.lacdp.org/voter-info.
Becoming a Permanent Vote-by-Mail Voter is as Easy as 1-2-3!
1. Download and print a vote-by-mail application:
Click here to download an editable PDF of the California Secretary of State’s Vote-by-Mail application.
2. Fill out the form completely, check off Box #8, and sign it:
VERY IMPORTANT: Remember to check off the box for Question 8 to make your vote-by-mail status permanent.
3. Mail in your completed application:
You must mail your signed and completed application to your local county registrar of voters. In Los Angeles County, mail your application to LA Registrar Recorder, P.O. Box 30450, Norwalk, CA 90651. If you live outside LA County, click here to find the mailing address of your local county registrar. Your county registrar must receive your completed application no later than seven days before Election Day to vote-by-mail in that election. Once your application has been submitted, you will receive your ballot by mail for future elections.