Making Democracy Work

Make Democracy Work

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy through education and advocacy. We believe in:
  • Respect for individuals;
  • The value of diversity;
  • The empowerment of the grassroots, both within the League and in communities, and
  • The power of collective decision-making for the common good.
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All Registered Voters will be mailed
actual ballots starting 2020

Vote Centers

Starting in 2020, all registered voters in El Dorado County will receive their ballot in the mail weeks before the election. You have 3 choices for how to vote:

VOTE BY MAIL You can mail your ballot starting as soon as you receive i

DROP BOX You can drop off your ballot at any secure Drop Box starting as soon as you receive it. No postage required at Drop Boxes.

VOTE CENTER You can go to any Vote Center in the county to vote in person. Vote Centers will be open for up to 11 days in a row. At every Vote Center you can:

Vote
Register and vote the same day
Drop off your ballot
Vote with an accessible voting machine
Get help and voting materials in multiple languages

The California Voter's Choice Act became law in 2016 to make voting more convenient and accessible.

You choose HOW you vote: Whether using the mail, a drop box or a vote center, you choose the method that works best for you.

You choose WHEN you vote: Instead of just one day to vote, you can vote in person during an 11-day period -- including weekends -- ending on Election Day.

You choose WHERE you vote: You can vote in person at any Vote Center in your county.

You get the SUPPORT you need: Vote Center staff will be there to help you have a great voting experience, including providing assistance in multiple languages and helping voters with disabilities. Vote Register and vote the same day Drop off your ballot Vote with an accessible voting machine Get help and voting materials in multiple languages.

Voters Edge Online Election Information
Look up your closest vote center

Voters Edge

Find your polling place - just enter your street address and zip code
(space may not be allowed after zip code)

If you are interested in seeing all races for EDC, go down the screen and click on
"Look up ballots by County" and select the county.

LWV Recommendations for State Propositions

Calif. Legislator Voting Records

Click here for Legislator's Phone#s and Addresses.

Local Board Meetings

El Dorado Union High School District Board meetings

Click here for meeting time and date updates and EDUHSD website