Presidential Primary Election
How to Vote for President as a No Party Preference Voter
Start by checking your voter registration record
- Visit LAVOTE.GOV/VRSTATUS to check your registration record.
- If you are registered as No Party Preference, review the options below to request a party’s ballot.
- If you are registered with a political party you will receive that party’s ballot.
How to Request a Party's Ballot
The American Independent Party, Democratic Party, and Libertarian Party allow No Party Preference voters to crossover and request their party’s ballot.
Click the “Start” button below to request a crossover ballot.
- The Green Party, Peace & Freedom Party, and Republican Party require voters to be registered with their party to vote for their presidential candidates. To receive a ballot for one of these parties you must change your party preference by re-registering to vote at RegisterToVote.CA.gov or call the toll-free hotline (800) 815-2666, option 1.
Information to the Voter
The last day to request a ballot be issued to a new mailing address is Tuesday, October 27
After you complete this request your initial ballot will be suspended to ensure voter security.
If you would like to permanently update your voter registration address please re-register to vote online
Warning: A new ballot will not be sent to the new mailing address if this application is incomplete or inaccurate.