2024 Elections

Reminder: "One of CCL’s core values is non-partisanship. For CCLers, speaking up about climate during election season does not mean endorsing or electing members of one party or another. " CCL Ventura County does not endorse any political candidate.

Did you know???

Ventura County's census population in 2022 was about 832, 000 census.gov

But as of March 2, 2024, only 510,121 are registered to vote. 

Don't miss out! Register to vote  by February 19, 2024, so you can participate in the Presidential Primary on March 5, 2024. Scan the QR code to register.

PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTIONS TAKE PLACE TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2024! Here's important info from the CA Secretary of State:

Have you checked your mailbox lately? Ventura County Clerk-Recorder and Registrar of Voters has mailed out important primary election information - including postcards and state/county voter information guides. They look like this:

If you have not received these mailers, click here to access Ventura County voter information

Ventura County Board of Supervisors Member Seats for District 1, 3, and 5 are on the ballot this year! Get informed about candidates and their platforms. Remember -- even if you do not live in these Districts, this election is very important! The Ventura County Board of Supervisors make decisions as a body for ALL of Ventura County. Encourage your friends and neighbors to get informed, register to vote, and vote in person or by mail-in ballot in the March 5th election!

What duties do Board of Supervisors Members perform? When are their meetings? What's on their meeting agendas? Find out more information by clicking here

Watch informative "Election Education Series" videos from Michelle Ascencion, Ventura County Clerk-Recorder and Registrar of Voters. You can also ask questions by emailing or calling the Ventura County office of the Clerk-Recorder and Registrar of Voters team of "Election Eggheads". Send an email to elections@ventura.org or call 805-654-2664.

CalMatters 2024 Voter Guide brings nonpartisan information to all Californians. 

The CalMatters 2024 voter guide was crafted by reporters, editors, data journalists, visual journalists and product designers as a nonpartisan guide for residents to take part in the democratic process. Click here to access the guide

Looking to Make a Difference this Election Year?

"The Elections Division of the County Clerk-Recorder's Office conducts elections as required by law. The Elections Division conducts all Federal, State, County, School and Special District elections in the county, as well as general municipal elections for all 10 Ventura County cities. In anticipation of the March 5, 2024, California Presidential Primary Election, the Elections Division is seeking to fill 550 TEMPORARY INTERMITTENT positions to perform a variety of ballot processing, customer service and data entry functions in support of the election. Depending upon job assignment, terms of employment may range from several days to several months." Click here for more information.