Voter Outreach

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We encourage everyone to exercise their freedom and offer a number of voter outreach programs to increase voter participation among Sacramento County residents.

Outreach Programs and other Information:

  • Language Requirements - Sacramento County is required by law to provide voting materials in Chinese and Spanish. Section 203 of the Federal Voting Rights Act requires that all the information that is provided in English regarding voter registration, elections, and voting (including information provided in the Vote Centers and in the voting booths)​ must also be provided in the covered language, which in Sacramento County is now Chinese and Spanish.  Federal Voting Rights Act Section 203
  • Empowering an Enriched Community - Registering citizens to vote and hands-on demonstrations of voting with the County's voting equipment.
  • Events Calendar​ – View upcoming events, and Voters Choice Act presentations 
  • High School Mock Election Results - View local High Schools that participated in Mock Elections.

For more information on Outreach Programs - Schedule a Voter Registration Drive or get information on our outreach programs by contacting our office at (916) 875-5854.​

High School Mock Elections is a voter education program where high school students can learn the election process, pre-register or register to vote, and can participate in mock voting.

Image of a High School Mock Election where students are mock voting in voting booths at Rio Americano High School in 2016 

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High School Mock Elections is a voter education program where high school students can learn the election process, pre-register or register to vote, and can participate in mock voting.

Image of a high school student from a 2016 mock election at Rio Americano High School, holding a sign that says “I registered to vote because” and his response, “to have my voice heard!”  


Voter Registration and Elections attends community events throughout the county to provide election education, and to register citizens to vote.​


Image of a Voter Registration and Elections booth, and Elections staff Linda Hogge at the Elk Grove Dickens Street Faire in 2017