Important dates for March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary Election.
Register to Vote
You may register at any time, but to be eligible to vote in an upcoming election, your Voter Registration Form must be submitted online by midnight no later than 15 days before that election.
RSVP for Candidate Filing Seminars
The Elections Division will be holding three candidate filing seminars for the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary Election. These seminars will cover important topics such as filing deadlines, filing forms, candidate statement, campaign finance reports, and voter data, etc. The first seminar, on September 8, 2023, will be for judicial candidates only.
My Election Info
Check Voter Registration Status / Get Your Digital Stickers / Track and confirm that your Vote by Mail ballot was mailed to you and/or received by our office
All voters can vote in the Presidential Primary Election but voting for a presidential candidate and local county central committees depends on the political party you are registered with.
- If you are registered to vote with a political party, you will receive a ballot that contains presidential candidates for that party only.
- If you are registered as a No Party Preference voter, you will receive a nonpartisan ballot, which will not include candidates for U.S. President, unless you request a different ballot. Some parties will allow you to crossover and vote for their presidential candidates. Parties have until October 23, 2023 to notify the Secretary of State that they will allow No Party Preference Voters to vote their party's presidential ballot.