You may register to vote online! You will need your social security number and driver's license or state ID number to complete the form.
Mailed and online registration closes 28 days before an election.
Same-Day Voter Registration:
SDR is available at your County Clerk’s office or at any polling location in your county on Election Day. Additional Early Voting locations may also provide SDR – it’s best to check with your local county clerk.
You’ll need to bring the following:
1. An ID issued by the federal government, a state government, a federally recognized Indigenous nation, tribe, or pueblo, or an educational institution containing your name and photo, AND includes your registration address.
2. An acceptable ID with your name and photo paired with another document showing your name and registration address, such as a utility bill.
Automatic Voter Registration (Effective July 1, 2025)
If you provide a document proving your US citizenship during a DMV transaction, the DMV will check the voter registration database to see if you are registered. If not, you will be registered, offered an opportunity to affiliate with a political party, and told that the county clerk will mail you information about declining registration.