UC I DECIDE 2018: Information Guide for UCI Students

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Hello Anteaters! This information guide is brought to you by the ASUCI Office of the External VP. Below you will find information about voter registration and voting. You will also find information about polling locations on campus, provisional voting, and how to find your polling location.

This election, ASUCI’s Office of the External Vice President aims to register more than 4,000 students of the undergraduate body to vote through our UC-I-Decide voter engagement efforts. If you are willing and able register to vote through California University and College Ballot Bowl

DATES TO REMEMBER!

  • Tuesday, March 12, 2019:

    Special Election for Orange County Board of Supervisors

    Deadline to receive vote-by-mail ballots

    Drop off ballots at polling location by 8pm

    Election Day!

  • Tuesday, November 6:

    Deadline to receive vote-by-mail ballots

    Election Day!!

  • Tuesday, October 30, 2018:
    Last day to apply to vote-by-mail

    Early Voting & Same Day Voter Registration at UCI!
    7am-8pm @ UCI flagpoles

  • Monday, October 22, 2018:

    Last day to register to vote, online or by mail

  • Wednesday, October 17, 2018:

    Fall Civic Engagement Fair

    10am-3pm @ Student Center Terrace/Ring

    Fall Civic Engagement Forum

    5pm-7pm @ Emerald Bay

  • Wednesday, October 10:
    First day to vote-by-mail

VOTING ON NOVEMBER 6TH & MARCH 12TH

If you are registered to vote, we highly recommend voting at your assigned polling location.
Your name will be on that location’s roster of voters and you will receive the correct ballot that pertains to your assigned precinct (which is based on your home address).

How to Find Your Polling Location:

  • If you’re registered in Orange County, California, visit this link: OC Vote.
  • If you’re registered at a different county in California, visit: CA Secretary of State and search for your county.
  • If you’re registered outside of California, visit your state’s Secretary of State website.
  • The address of your polling place is also on the back page of the sample ballot booklet that your county elections official mailed to you.
  • Click here for on campus locations for the midterm election 2018

Vote-By-Mail Voters

If you’re registered to vote-by-mail, you may drop off your vote-by-mail ballot at any polling location in your county, regardless of whether it is your assigned location.

May I vote at a polling place other than where I am assigned?

Even if your name is not on the voter list at the polling place, you have the right to vote with a provisional ballot. Your provisional ballot will be counted only after the elections official has confirmed you are a registered voter and you did not vote anywhere else in that election.

Resources for November 6th

  • Official Voter Guide on Propositions by the University of California Student Association
  • Take a quiz on the ISideWith for a personalized voter guide for the Midterm Election
  • Voter’s Edge California by League of Women Voters for more information on the ballot and candidates
  • Ballotpedia for a Sample Ballot and information on candidates and propositions

Resources for March 12th