Today is National Voter Registration Day where city leaders across the country are encouraging residents to get registered!

Guess what! You can now register to vote online – AND in nine languages other than English.

You can also contact the San Francisco Department of Elections to register or re-register:

1. Register by Mail

Call the SF Dept of Elections office at (415) 554-4411 or email SFGov and they will mail a voter registration card to you.
Complete all required sections of the Voter Registration Card.
• Fill out the Voter Registration Card using a dark ink pen
• Use your legal name
• If you live in an apartment, fill in the apartment number
• Enter your date of birth
• Sign the Voter Registration Card before mailing
Note: You must provide a valid residence address to register—NOT a business address.

2. Register in Person

Pick up a voter registration card at the Department of Elections, local public library branches, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and U.S. Postal Service offices.

Here at Reset San Francisco, we champion smart ways to increase civic engagement and efforts to increase voter turnout and registration. Online voter registration is a great first step. Please encourage your friends and family members to register and to vote in this upcoming election!

Absentee voting starts October 6, and Election Day is November 4.