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Election 2020: Get Your Ballot Ready With The KPBS Voter Guide

Do You Have Questions About Voting In The March 2020 Primary Election?

KPBS wants to hear from you

A sample ballot in this file graphic, January 2020.

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Above: A sample ballot in this file graphic, January 2020.

This year, California moves up its primary elections to March to coincide with Super Tuesday. With that, there are a few changes in the way you vote.

Your voting polling center may change. You may request your ballot for races in your district at any polling center, though that may be an issue if you are a decline-to-state voter — meaning, you did not register for any political party affiliation.

We're here to guide you through the voting process. Got a question on how to vote? Submit it.

Confused about where to vote? Submit it. Wondering what the issues are in your district? Submit it.

KPBS Reporters Shalina Chatlani and Tarryn Mento will attempt to answer your questions or direct you to where the answers are, so that you can safely cast your ballot.

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