The Voter’s Choice Act (VCA) requires each participating county to create an Election Administration Plan (EAP) through a process of public input and public hearings. The EAP is required to describe how the county will administer elections under the VCA and include their plans to educate and outreach to the public. Counties are also required to translate their EAP into all languages that have been assigned to them by the California Secretary of State. State law requires the Secretary of State to accept, reject or accept with modifications the education and outreach provisions of the EAP, as well as to post each county’s EAP on our website.
All counties that adopted the Voter's Choice Act for the 2022 election cycle are currently working on completing their EAP. This website will be constantly updated as counties start to submit their EAP to the California Secretary of State Office. To see EAPs, click the link of the county of interest.
Counties adopting the Voter's Choice Act in 2022 are listed in the press release issued on February 2, 2022.