Voter Resources

Find Your Polling Place

Check Your Voter Registration Status

Find Your Local, State, and Federal Elected Officials

My Vote. My Health.

 An initiative dedicated to increasing the participation of Latino voters in California with an emphasis on our six target regions– Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Sonoma, Fresno, and San Jose– to play a key role in this election cycle by ensuring that both patients and the communities surrounding our clinics, whom we serve, are engaged in the process and empowered to turn out to vote both during the primary and general election cycle.

California Secretary of State

California residents can check if they are registered to vote, where they are registered to vote, their political party preference, their language preference for election materials, the status of their vote-by-mail or provisional ballot, their polling place, information about upcoming state and local elections, and more. For California residents who want to be voters, you can register to vote online by clicking here. California residents aged 16 or 17 can also pre-register to vote.

Health and Democracy Index

When communities vote they influence policy decisions that have a big effect on their health. This analysis compares 12 public health indicators and voter turnout to the restrictiveness of voting policies in each state.


Vot-ER integrates voter registration into the healthcare delivery system. Vot-ER is founded on a core belief that empowered voices and full participation in the democratic process lead to positive health outcomes.

Join National Civic Health Month in August

We aim to make voting and civic participation accessible to all — particularly those underserved by the health care system. Civic Health Month is a nationwide celebration held each August to showcase the strengthening relationship between health care, healthy communities, and civic participation.

Civic Health Alliance

A non-partisan coalition of health and civic leaders providing resources and tools to advocate for the advancement of America’s health through civic engagement in care settings and communities. 

NALEO Education Fund

¡Ve y Vota!  is a nonpartisan campaign designed to remove barriers to full Latino electoral participation. It provides voters nationwide with vital information on every aspect of the electoral process, from registering to vote, to deciding between options to vote early, by mail, or on Election Day, and includes an easy-to-use voter registration tool. 

Key Voter Dates

February 5, 2024: Ballots mailed

February 20, 2024: Last day to register to vote

March 5, 2024: Primary Election

September 17, 2024: National Voter Registration Day

October 7, 2024: Ballots mailed

October 21, 2024: Last day to register to vote

October 29, 2024: National Vote Early Day

November 5, 2024: General Election