Voter Resources

Finding neutral and unbiased information on the candidates and propositions on the ballot can be hard! Don't worry -- the Library is here to help!

Voter Registration

To register to vote for the primary elections (by February 18!), head over to the California Elections and Voter Information website or the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters website. Significant changes will be in place for the March 3 Presidential Primary Election. Please read about the Voter’s Choice Act and drop into our workshop presented by the League of Women Voters on February 20 to find out more.

State-Wide Ballot Information

There are a number of good websites that have information about the candidates and propositions on the state-wide ballot:

Election Results Tracking

For up to the minute election results tracking:

Early Voting and Ballot Drop Off Boxes in Palo Alto

Early Voting

Early voting will take place at

  • Rinconada Library   
    • February 21-March 2 from 9 am and 5 pm
    • March 3 (Election Day!) from 7 am-8 pm

Ballot Drop Off

Find ballot boxes at:

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