Make your vote count with easy-to-use election tools for Santa Clara County voters. Find your polling place, see what contests are on your ballot, and read about the candidates and measures to help you make an informed decision at the polls. Also, check to see if you are registered to vote and track your Vote by Mail ballot. All election information is kept accurate and up-to-date straight from the Registrar of Voters, the county’s election official. Take control of your voting experience and make your voice heard on Election Day.

    Features include:
    - Find your assigned polling place (with driving directions)
    - Read your Voter Guide, with information on measures and candidates
    - View a sample of your ballot
    - Check if you are registered to vote
    - Track your Vote by Mail ballot to make sure it counts
    - Look up your districts and elected officials
    - Contact the Registrar of Voters with questions about elections and voting

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    Users review

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    Users comments for SCCVOTE

    Marci Abraham

    by Marci Abraham

    Nov 11, 2016  |  "OK"

    Date picker is HORRIBLE. You can't just type in your DOB and you can't select a year. You can only go backward by the MONTH. It starts by assuming you are 18. So....It would take me 380 taps to find my birth month. Ain't nobody got time for that! So I can't really rate this app, because pretty much every feature of significance requires your birthdate. Another review says they can't set a birthdate before 1970 -- I'll never know if that's true because I won't take the time to scroll back that far.

    Brian LoBue

    by Brian LoBue

    Nov 04, 2016  |  "Good"

    For folks over 30, setting birthday takes 100s of swipes. Change it now

    Rick Mcknight

    by Rick Mcknight

    Nov 03, 2014  |  "Great"

    I like that they clearly spell out in the description exactly what the app will and will not do, but it would really be nice if the app also supplied the guide for the state measures. The Voter Information Pamphlet only covers local measures.

    Michael Safyan

    by Michael Safyan

    Oct 05, 2014  |  "Poor"

    This is a great idea, but doesn't go far enough... it's great that one can select to have an "always vote by mail" option, but in this day and age, simply voting online (it shouldn't need to be a dedicated app) should be the universal practice.