BruinsVote is a non-partisan coalition of students, student organizations, and campus partners that is led by the Undergraduate Students Association Council (USAC) and the Graduate Student Association (GSA) and supported by Student Affairs.

Vision: BruinsVote strives to foster a civically engaged campus community where all voices are informed and included in the democratic process.

Mission: BruinsVote promotes civic learning and democratic engagement through voter registration, voter education, and voter mobilization.

If you are interested in getting involved or collaborating with BruinsVote, please email

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Joe Bruin (Mascot) is wearing a Blue and Yellow sports jersey standing in front of Royce Hall, pointing at a "Voter" button on their top right shirt.

Prepare for the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary

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Know Before You Register

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Find your on-campus home and mailing address

Living on campus? Check to make sure you’re using the right address when you register.

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Check your registration status

Not sure if you’re registered? Look yourself up online through the CA Secretary of State website.

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Read the FAQ

Voting can be complicated. Do you have questions about the voting process? We have answers.

Info for Election Day in California

Vote on Campus

Find a Vote-by-Mail dropoff location

California has 15 counties that allow early voting and Vote-by-Mail dropoffs before Election Day.

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Track your Vote-by-Mail ballot

Once you’ve mailed in or dropped off your Vote-by-Mail ballot, you can check to see your vote was properly counted.

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Find a Vote Center or polling place

You can still vote in person if you did not receive your Vote-by-Mail ballot, need same-day registration, or require special services.

Resources for Voters

Poll Pass

Make a Poll Pass

Want to save time at an LA County Vote Center? Mark your sample ballot in advance and save it on your mobile device.

Sample Ballot

View the California Voter Information Guide

This Voter Information Guide can help you make decisions about the statewide candidates and issues on the March 5th ballot.