Your vote affects your health.
Voting is your power to change what happens in your community, state, and nation. Through your vote, you influence decisions about healthcare, the environment, reproductive rights, education, food access, and more!

Register To Vote Here!

You will need: 

  • Your California driver license or California identification card number,
  • The last four digits of your social security number and
  • Your date of birth.

Your information will be provided to the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to retrieve a copy of your DMV signature.

If you do not have a California driver license or California identification card, you can still use this form to apply to register to vote. However, you will need to take additional steps to complete your voter registration.

 More questions about your registration process? Click here to access the live text helpline.

(English & Spanish available!)


Register to vote by Monday, October 19, 2020.    

  • For the November 3rd, 2020 election, ALL registered voters in California will receive a mail-in ballot at their mailing address. 
  • US Citizens who are 18 years or older on Election Day are eligible to vote!
  • In California, you can pre-register to vote starting on your 16th birthday. Pre-registration means that you will be automatically be registered on your 18th birthday. 
  • Unsure if you're currently registered? Check your voter status here!
  • Moved somewhere new? Re-register to vote to make sure your address is up-to-date.


Explore the issues and candidates + Make a voting plan.


Polls are open from 7am to 8pm on November 3rd, 2020!

  • Mail in ballots are counted as long as they are postmarked by November 3rd.  Be sure to postmark your ballot by November 3rd or deliver the ballot into a drop off box by 8pm on election day. 
  • No form of identification is required. Be sure to wear your mask, stay at least 6 feet away from others, and wash your hands! 
  • In select California counties, you may be able to track and receive updates on your mailed-in ballot via Where’s My Ballot”. You can receive updates through email, text, and voicemail!  


Extra credit: Get involved!


Learn more about how you can make your voice heard, even if your not elible to vote, here!

Your Voice Matters. 

Make Your Voice Heard!

The VOICE Project is a nonpartisan effort supported by your pediatricians, the Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Center, the American Academy of Pediatrics, VotER, and UCSF Advocates.