SACRAMENTO, CA (Oct.1) (Punjab Mail) – California Secretary of State Alex Padilla today released the latest voter registration report for the November 3, 2020, General Election. The report shows that 21,240,236 Californians were registered to vote as of September 4, 2020. This represents an increase of 2,988,410 registered voters since the Report of Registration at a similar point in the last presidential election cycle (September 9, 2016). 84.68% of eligible Californians are registered to vote. This is the highest percentage of eligible Californians registered to vote heading into a General Election in the past 68 years.
“This month California reached a historic registration milestone with over 21.2 million registered voters, an increase of nearly 3 million voters compared to a similar point in the last presidential election,” Secretary of State Alex Padilla said. “Despite this huge increase, there’s still more work to be done. For those who have registered, the next step is making a plan to vote. Voting begins in California on October 5th, and this year we urge more Californians to vote early.”
“California election officials will soon be sending mail-in-ballots to all active, registered voters in the state, so it’s essential that your registration and mailing address are up to date. Californians can confirm their registration status at VoterStatus.sos.ca.gov. And for those who haven’t yet registered, there’s still time to do so from the comfort of home at RegisterToVote.ca.gov,” Padilla added.
October 19 is the traditional voter registration deadline for the November 3, 2020, General Election. If an eligible Californian misses the October 19 deadline, they can complete the same day voter registration process and cast their vote that day. Same day voter registration is available at your county elections office and all in-person voting locations.
- Voter registration by political party, by county, city, congressional district, state senate district, state assembly district, supervisorial district, and board of equalization.
- Statewide voter registration by age group by county.
- Historical comparisons to previous reports in presidential election years.
- Reports on political bodies attempting to qualify as political parties (by county).