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Featured Resource2020 county voting modelsVoters in 15 counties voted in vote centers rather than neigbhorhood polliing places this election. California's 15 "Voter's Choice Act" counties sent vote-by-mail ballots to every registered voter except Los Angeles, which is phasing in 100% mail ballot delivery. Visit CVF's California Online Voter Guide to learn more about your county's voting process and voting equipment. 

CVF applauds Gov. Gavin Newsom for signing SB 207/Hurtado into law, to help reduce Election Day wait times for voters needing to update their party preference or registration address. 

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Was your ballot counted? If you cast a vote-by-mail or provisional ballot you can find out if it was counted by contacting your county, many of which offer online lookup tools for checking ballot status. Additional tools from the Secretary of State are available from CVF's Online Voter Tools - Check Your Status page. California's March 3, 2020 election results are available from the Secretary of State as well as the Unprocessed Ballots Status showing how many ballots remain to be counted in each county.   

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