Information about voter registration and voting on campus
Upcoming Election Date
Registering to Vote
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
Your vote counts!!! California State University, Dominguez Hills, as a public university, complies with the National Voter Registration Act to make voter registration forms and information available to all enrolled students. This federal and state legislation supports the university’s long-standing goals of supporting student leadership and citizenship.
The university does not endorse candidates, take political stands, or endorse or oppose legislation.
Eligible voters on campus and in the communities surrounding CSU Dominguez Hills can cast their votes on the CSU Dominguez Hills campus:
CSUDH Polling Place for
Location, dates and times to be announced
Students, faculty and staff on campus will be able to vote by provisional ballot at this location if they are unable to make it to their normal polling place.
Here are several ways to register to vote:
Queen Mothers "Rock the Vote" at the
CSUDH Voter Registration Booth, Sept. 2012
Here are answers to additional questions you may have.
In order to register to vote you must be a citizen of the United States, a resident of California, and at least 18 years of age at the time of the next election.
You may register to vote either at your college address, or at your hometown or parent’s address. If you register at your hometown address and want to vote while attending college, you must remember to request an absentee ballot at least 30 days before the election. Check with your state election board for the exact deadline.
Although an eligible citizen may register to vote at any time, no person is eligible to vote unless he/she is registered on or before 15 days prior to the election.
California Voter Registration
Deadline for Upcoming [Date] Election:
Will be announced
Your registration card should include the address of your polling place. Many jurisdictions also send additional informative materials to registered voters.
If you do not receive the information in the mail, call the local election office at (800) 815-2666. To find your local polling site please visit the L.A. County Polling Place Look-up web page.
You need to re-register if you move, change your name, wish to change political party affiliations or if your signature has changed.
Additional information can be accessed at the following web sites: