Voting Systems


For instructions on how to vote using your county's voting system, click on your county below.

All direct recording electronic (DRE) voting machines used after January 1, 2006, must have an accessible voter-verified paper audit trail, pursuant to California Elections Code Section 19250. All voters voting on an electronic voting machine should review and verify their ballot choices on this printed paper record, prior to finalizing and casting their ballot. Once the ballot is cast, this paper record of the ballot is retained inside the voting machine as part of the election audit trail to verify the accuracy of the votes recorded. In accordance with California law, voters do not get a printed paper record of their vote choices.


  1. Alameda

  2. Alpine

  3. Amador

  4. Butte

  5. Calaveras

  6. Colusa

  7. Contra Costa

  8. Del Norte

  9. El Dorado

  10. Fresno

  11. Glenn

  12. Humboldt

  13. Imperial

  14. Inyo

  15. Kern

  16. Kings

  17. Lake

  18. Lassen

  19. Los Angeles

  20. Madera

  21. Marin

  22. Mariposa

  23. Mendocino

  24. Merced

  25. Modoc

  26. Mono

  27. Monterey

  28. Napa

  29. Nevada

  1. Orange

  2. Placer

  3. Plumas

  4. Riverside

  5. Sacramento

  6. San Benito

  7. San Bernardino

  8. San Diego

  9. San Francisco

  10. San Joaquin

  11. San Luis Obispo

  12. San Mateo

  13. Santa Barbara

  14. Santa Clara

  15. Santa Cruz

  16. Shasta

  17. Sierra

  18. Siskiyou

  19. Solano

  20. Sonoma

  21. Stanislaus

  22. Sutter

  23. Tehama

  24. Trinity

  25. Tulare

  26. Tuolumne

  27. Ventura

  28. Yolo

  29. Yuba

California map showing counties


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