To get your Voter Guide, just click on your county below to see all of the Democrats running for office that will appear on your ballot. We also include the ballot initiatives and constitutional amendments.
Use your Voter Guide as you fill out your Vote-by-Mail ballot.
You are allowed to bring the Voter Guide with you if you are voting early in-person at your county election office (this starts on Oct. 11) or take it with you if you plan on voting in-person on Nov. 8 at your local polling location.
If you have any questions, email email@example.com or call the National Voter Assistance hotline— 833-336-8683.
Lots of questions are answered on our Voting Center.
VOTER GUIDES BY COUNTY
MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE
Step #1: Register to vote. You can register to vote, change your party affiliation and change your address all online. Deadline to mail your voter registration form is Oct. 21 (you can complete one online also).
Step #2: Decide which way you will vote. You have 3 options, choose the best one for your schedule and use your Voter Guide to help you complete your ballot:
- Vote from home with a mail-in ballot Your ballot must be received by Nov. 8, so mail it back by Nov. 3 or drop it off at a drop-box. You can track your ballot to make sure it was received.
- Vote early, in-person, at your County Election office anytime Oct. 11-Nov. 7, offices are typically open 9am-5pm.
- Vote at your local polling location on Election Day — Nov. 8, 2022.
Step #3: Spread the word to your friends and family. Research tells us more people vote when they see their friends and family voting (peer pressure works). Share the Voter Guides, share pics of your yard signs and share those #BallotSelfies.