Check your voting registration

With all the garbage in the news about voter fraud, mail delivery delays, and some states clearing voter registration rolls, do your due diligence!

Make sure you are registered, so your vote counts!

Every vote counts!

Not just for the National Election, but also for local issues impacting city, county, and State elections. Navigate to the Santa Clara County website and verify the validity of your voter registration information.  If for some reason, your registration was dropped, register online.

After you vote, particularly if by mail, track your ballot on the county website to ensure it was indeed counted, and not dropped due to a technicality, or mismatched signatures, etc. If voting by mail, return the ballot ASAP via US mail, or drop it off at a designated drop-off  location.

Mail-in voters

For those that were industrious enough to vote early by mail, what next? Want to ensure your vote was counted? You are in luck!!!

Santa Clara County has your back! If you looked at the Vote By Mail Ballot Instructions, there was a QR Code printed on it pointing to the site, http://www.sccvote.org

On their page at the center is the following icon:

Click on the Vote By Mail Ballot Tracking link and complete the form with your registered street address and birthdate (MM/DD/YYYY). If the registrar received and counted your ballot, it will indicate in the displayed results!

Success! You confirmed your vote was received and counted! Thanks for performing your civic duties and participating in the election process.