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Office of Civic Engagement

Wildcats Engage

Chico State Civic Engagement supports Student Civic and Voter Empowerment.

California Voter Registration

It's quick, easy, and fundamental. Your vote is your voice!


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Vote by mail and then track your ballot to make sure it makes it to where it needs to be. Or use this map to take your ballot to an Official Ballot Box in Chico.

Learn about the California Voter Bill of Rights (in Spanish.) Go to California Election 2020 for FAQ (PDF) about voting by mail.

Resources to help you fill out your ballot

  • Voter’s Edge will you help find out what’s on your ballot.
  • Gimme Props and Ballotpedia are non-partisan sites to help voters decide how they might vote on the 12 California state propositions.
  • League of Women Voters offers 100 ways to get ready to vote and hosting local forums so you can get to know the candidates in Butte County elections.
  • Elect Justice CA helps voters make informed voting decisions about the candidates who shape their local criminal justice system: district attorneys, judges, sheriffs, mayors, and city council members.
  • Go to Wildcats Sync and check the calendar for Chico State election events.

Where is my polling place?

This year, because of the Voter's Choice Act, you won't have one! All voting will be done by mail. You will receive a ballot in the mail and will be able to send it in postage paid. Learn more at Where and How to Vote.

If you live in Chico, the BMU will be a Voter Assistance Center (VAC) Oct. 31-November 3. You can do these things at a VAC.

  • Register and Vote in-person (only for the county where you are)
  • Drop off your ballot
  • Get a replacement ballot
  • Vote using an accessible voting machine
  • Get help and voting material in multiple languages

For those who need resources to manage destructive digital dialogue, PEN America has a number of resources to manage online harassment.

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