You can fill out a voter registration form through the California Secretary of State Office online, and then print, sign, and mail it to your county elections office, which address will be preprinted for you on the form. Voter registration forms also can be completed at any Department of Motor Vehicles office. Furthermore, you can pick up a registration form at any county elections office, library, or U.S. post office, complete the form, and return it to your county elections office. Finally, you can call either your county elections office, or California’s toll-free voter registration hotline at 1-800-345-VOTE, and request that a voter registration form be mailed to you.
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