How to VOTE NO on Proposition 27

California Indian tribes STRONGLY OPPOSE Prop 27 on the 2022 California ballot.

Stand with Tribes & Vote NO on Proposition 27 on or before November 8th!

Make Your Plan To Vote Today.

Drop off your ballot today! Ballots can be returned as soon as you complete them. Find a Ballot Drop Off Location

Early Voting In-Person October 29 - November 7, 2022 Find Your Early Voting Place

Vote In-Person on Election Day November 8th Find Your Polling Location

Register to Vote!

You can register in person from October 10th - November 8th during early voting or on election day.

Election Day is November 8th Prepare to vote now!

How To Vote In-Person:

How To Vote By-Mail:

  • Fill out your ballot following the instructions provided, making sure to completely fill in the ovals to vote NO on Proposition 27
  • Return your vote-by-mail ballot by mail with prepaid postage as long as its postmarked on or before Election Day (November 8th) and received by November 15. OR -
  • Return your vote-by-mail ballot in-person to a secure ballot dropbox, to a voting location, or your county elections office by 8:00 p.m. on November 8, 2022. Find all ballot drop box locations
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The California Secretary of State is now offering Where’s My Ballot?—a new way for voters to track and receive notifications on the status of their vote-by-mail ballot. Powered by BallotTrax, Where’s My Ballot? lets voters know where their ballot is, and its status, every step of the way.

Sign-up at to receive automatic email, SMS (text), or voice call notifications about your ballot.

A list of county elections offices and their contact information is listed here. Or you can call the Secretary of State's toll-free Voter Hotline at (800) 345-VOTE (8683) for your county elections official's contact information.

If you choose to vote in person and you've voted in California before, you don't need to show ID.

If you're a first time voter in a federal election who registered by mail, and didn't include your driver's license number, California ID number, or the last 4 digits of your Social Security number on your registration, you may be asked to provide ID when you vote.

Acceptable forms include:

  • copy of a recent utility bill
  • sample ballot booklet you received from your county elections office or another document sent to you by a government agency
  • US passport
  • driver license
  • official state identification card
  • student identification card showing your name and photograph

Voters without ID: If you are unable to provide ID, you will be able to vote a provisional ballot.