About the Agency

The Secretary of State's office is comprised of nearly 500 people who are dedicated to making government more transparent and accessible in the areas of elections, business, political campaigning, legislative advocacy, and historical treasures.

More about the agency

California Secretary of State, Shirley N. Weber, Ph.D is pleased to announce the agency’s first mid-year voter engagement report, highlighting our collective voter education and outreach efforts through year 2023. We invite you to explore how the SOS is serving California voters, and engaging the largest and most diverse voting population in the nation. We encourage you to join us in these efforts. Learn more.

About Secretary

Dr. Shirley N. Weber was sworn in as California Secretary of State on January 29, 2021.

Bill Chapters

The Secretary of State assigns an Assembly or Senate bill (bill) a number known as the chapter number; when the Governor approves, signs, dates, and deposits the bill with the Secretary of State. This copy is the official record and law of the State.

Current Career & Contracting Opportunities

View Secretary of State career opportunities, current job openings, student intern program, and contracting opportunities.

Agency Reports

The Secretary of State is required to submit reports to the California State Legislature and to the federal government on a number of the Agency's programs.

California Roster

The California Roster, also known as the Roster of Public Officials, is a listing of California's public officeholders, including our United States government officials, the Constitutional officers, members of the State Senate and Assembly, the Judicial branch, county officials, and Incorporated city and town officials.

News Releases and Advisories

Latest News from Secretary of State's Office.


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A process of the promulgation, monitoring, and enforcement of rules, established by primary and/or delegated legislation.