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Voter Information

Register to Vote

Make sure you’re registered at least 60 days before the election to ensure that your voter record is on the first run of names sent to the Secretary of State for the statewide voter information pamphlet and to the printer for mailing of the County’s sample ballot pamphlet.

To register online you will need:

  1. Your California driver license or California identification card number
  2. The last four digits of your social security number
  3. Your date of birth

Vote by Mail

Don’t let last minute schedule conflicts prevent you from voting. Any registered voter may vote using a vote-by-mail ballot instead of going to the polls on Election Day.

Find Your Polling Place

Your street number, street name, and zip code are all you need to find your polling place.

"Lynn Compton can be absolutely trusted to fight for taxpayers, and she’s exactly the type of courageous leader we need on the Board of Supervisors. I’ve worked with Lynn for years. You’d be hard pressed to find a more honest, hardworking and dedicated public servant who is committed to making government work for the people. Many in California are attempting to erode Proposition 13 and all the taxpayer protections it affords, only to go on wasteful spending sprees with our hard-earned money. We’re fortunate to have taxpayer advocates like Lynn in our corner. Please join me in supporting Lynn Compton for 4th District Supervisor in 2018."

Andrea Seastrand, former Congresswoman and President, Central Coast Taxpayers Association

"I am proud to support Lynn Compton to represent the 4th District, a seat I once held. She’s a very hard worker, very visible in the community, and very accessible to her constituents. She's a leader with great understanding of what it takes to make ends meet, a businesswoman herself and mother of two beautiful children who were born and raised in the 4th District. She knows first-hand the issues facing our county and is not afraid of taking difficult position to benefit the people she represents. She's been a tenacious voice for common sense and is deserving of our support for another term in the office of the Board of Supervisors."

Katcho Achadjian, former California State Assemblyman and SLO County Supervisor