Cast Your Vote
A Resource for the November 8th, 2022 General Election.
All registered voters are set to receive a mail-in ballot, and you have the option to mail in your vote by following the instructions on the envelope provided. Once you have filled out the mail-in ballot, you have a few options to return it:
- You can mail it to the office of your county elections official on or before election day. You can find information about your county election official here. You can also find their office hours and phone number if you have questions!
- You can return your mail-in ballot to a polling location before polls close at 8:00 p.m. on election day.
- You can drop off your ballot in one of many county drop boxes.
- You can have someone drop off the ballot on your behalf, as long as it’s properly marked on the envelope.
While all registered voters should automatically be eligible and receive a mail-in ballot, if you need a mail-in ballot and haven’t received one you can apply for one here as long as it’s at least seven days before the election.
If you still need to register to vote, you have until October 24th to complete your registration. You can do this online. If you’d prefer a paper application to register, you can pick them up at your county elections office or a local DMV. You can also contact Election Division Staff at (800)-345-VOTE(8683) or send them an email here in order to have one sent to you.
If you’re not sure if you’re already registered to vote, you can also check your voter status online to make sure that you’re ready for election day. Even if it’s already passed October 24th, there is also special same day voter registration available at county election offices, polling places, or voting centers. Additional information about same day voting is available here.
|August 13th||The nomination period for candidates ends.|
|October 10th||Counties send out vote-by-mail packets and ballots to registered voters.|
|October 24th||Last day to register to vote in the November 8th General Election|
|October 25th to November 8th||Conditional Voter Registration Period, for those that missed the regular voter registration period.|
|November 5th-November 7th||Voting Centers Open 3 days before election day, and any voter can go to any vote center throughout their county.|
|November 8th||Election Day, Polls open 7:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m.|
The City’s General Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 (coinciding with the State of California General Election), for the purpose of electing a Mayor for a term of two years and two City Council Members, one from District 2 and one from District 4, each for a term of four years.
This will be the first time Simi Valley residents will vote for their City Council Members for Districts 2 and 4. To determine if you live in either District 2 or District 4, please visit www.simivalley.org/findyourdistrict.
- Mayor: An individual must be a registered voter, resident of Simi Valley, and otherwise qualified to vote for that office at the time that the nomination papers are issued to that person. The position of Mayor is elected Citywide and interested parties may reside in any of the four districts.
- City Council Member (District 2 or District 4): An individual must reside in the eligible districts and be a registered voter of that district during the nomination period.
California Secretary of State Voter Registration Information : Further information about voter registration, who can vote, and resources about voting in different languages.
Secretary of State Voter Status : Allows you to check if you’re already registered to vote, and that your address and voter information is correct.
Ventura County Voting and Dropbox Locations : Locations of polling places for the November 8th election as well as drop-off locations for mail-in ballots.
This page is created for informational purposes by the Simi Valley Public Library to act as a resource for those seeking more information about the November 8th, 2022 General Election. The information is compiled from official sources whether it be the Secretary of State or Ventura Registrar of Voters, and is not meant to endorse any specific candidate or proposition.
Last Updated: Oct 17, 2022
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