Voter Center

General Elections Information

Early Voting-March 4, 2017 to April 1, 2017
Between these dates you can drop by the City Clerk’s office and cast your vote. The City Clerk’s office is located at: 613 E. Broadway Room 100, Glendale, CA 91206

Election Day April 4, 2017
Polls Open at 7:00AM Close at 8:00 PM
You must be registered to vote in order to participate.

THIS ELECTION WILL BE HELD FOR:
3 Seats on the Glendale City Council (Full terms)
1 Seat for Glendale City Clerk (Full term)
1 Seat for Glendale City Treasurer (Full term)
3 Seats By District on the Glendale Unified School District Governing Board (Full terms)
3 Seats By District on the Glendale Community College Board of Trustees (Full terms)

Voter Registration

Deadline to register to vote in the April 4, 2017 Election is March 20, 2017

Register Online Now in less than 3 minutes here.

Voter Registration Verification

To find out if you are currently registered to vote visit www.lavote.net, click on Voting and Elections, then click on the Voter Registration Status OR contact us at 818.660.6461

You may register to vote if:

  1. You are a United States citizen
  2. You are at least eighteen (18) years of age (or will be by the next election date)
  3. You are not in prison or on parole for a felony conviction

When to Re-Register

You must re-register to vote if:

  1. You move to a different address
  2. You change your name
  3. You change your political party choice (a person may register with any political party OR may decline to state a party).

How and Where to Register to Vote

Register Online Now

You can now register online in less than 3 minutes.

Obtain A Voter Registration Form At Most Government Buildings or from Our Office

Voter Registration forms are available throughout the City of Glendale including city hall, fire stations, libraries, State Motor Vehicle Offices, Public Assistance Offices (DPSS, WIC), and post offices. You may also pick up a registration form from our campaign office, at 6600 San Fernando Rd., Glendale, CA

In order to vote on:

Your voter registration application must be postmarked by:

April 4, 2017 March 20, 2017

Voting from Home

Who May Vote by Vote-by-Mail Ballot?

Any registered voter may vote by vote-by-mail ballot.

How to Apply for a Vote-by-Mail Ballot?

Voters who are not registered as permanent absentees, but wish to vote by mail must submit an application for a ballot.

Where can I obtain an application for a vote-by-mail ballot? 

  1. Online by ClickingHere – Remember to complete the application and mail it to the Clerk well before the March 28 deadline
  2. Prior to each election, the City Clerk mails all voters an official sample ballot booklet.  The Official Sample Ballot booklet includes a printed vote by mail application on the back cover page.  You may tear, sign and return the application attached to the booklet.

When must I apply for a vote-by-mail ballot? 

Voters who wish to vote by mail must submit a written request for a ballot no later than 7 days prior to election day.

  • In order to obtain a vote-by-mail ballot for the April 4, 2017
  • Your vote-by-mail application must be postmarked by March 28, 2017

What information must be included in my application? 

Your application must include your printed name, your residence address, the address to which you want the vote-by-mail ballot sent (if different from your residence address), and the name and date of the election for which you are applying. In addition, you must sign and date your application.

Permanent Vote by Mail Voter Status

Under state law, a voter may apply for permanent vote by mail status. As a permanent vote by mail voter, you will no longer have to apply for future elections. A ballot will automatically be mailed to you for each election in which you are eligible to vote.

As of January 1, 2006, a voter’s name will be deleted from the permanent vote by mail voter list if he or she fails to return a vote by mail ballot for two (2) consecutive statewide general elections.

  1. You may request an application for Permanent Vote By Mail status by calling (562) 466-1323
  2. You may also download, print and mail Los Angeles County’s Permanent Vote by Mail Applicationor California’s Vote-By-Mail Ballot Application – Mail your application to: Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, P.O. Box 30450 Los Angeles, CA 90030-0450

Permanent Vote by Mail Voter Status

Under state law, a voter may apply for permanent vote by mail status. As a permanent vote by mail voter, you will no longer have to apply for future elections. A ballot will automatically be mailed to you for each election in which you are eligible to vote.

As of January 1, 2006, a voter’s name will be deleted from the permanent vote by mail voter list if he or she fails to return a vote by mail ballot for two (2) consecutive statewide general elections.

  1. You may request an application for Permanent Vote By Mail status by calling (562) 466-1323
  2. You may also download, print and mail a Permanent Vote By Mail Application by following the below steps:
  3. Visit www.lavote.net
  4. Click on Voting and Elections
  5. Click on Vote by Mail
  6. Click on Electronic Vote by Mail Application

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