Look up your polling place or a location to drop off your ballot, vote early, or register to vote (conditionally) now through Election Day.
Looking for guidance on how to vote? Click here to view the Democratic Party's list of endorsements for the Primary Election.
Knock on doors, make phone calls, or lend a hand in the office to help Democrats win!
Click for detailed election information -- deadlines, ballot options, voting locations, links, and more.
Voters will weigh in on lots of important local races on March 3 -- and in many of those, candidates won't have their political party shown on the ballot. When you vote, be sure to refer to the San Diego County Democratic Party's Official Voter Guide at www.sddemocrats.org/vote. All our positions on candidates and ballot measures are listed there. And please share our recommendations with like-minded friends and neighbors!
Curious about the candidates for "County Central Committee" listed on your ballot? That's a race for the governing body of the County Democratic Party. The Party does not issue voting recommendations for Central Committee, but some candidates have provided profiles for a website maintained by the League of Women Voters. To view that information, go to www.votersedge.org, enter your address, and scroll toward the bottom of the page.
Throughout San Diego County, volunteers are reaching out to voters now to increase participation in the election on March 3. When people vote in the Democratic Presidential Primary, we want to make sure they also support our endorsed candidates at the local level. To sign up to make calls or knock on doors, please fill out the form at www.sddemocrats.org/volunteer, and a member of our County Party team will follow up to give you some options.