Ahead of the June 7, 2022, Statewide Primary Election, a total of 22,005,243 Californians are registered to vote, which is 81.57 percent of eligible Californians. This is an increase in voter registration of 5.88 percent compared to the 75.69 percent of eligible voters registered by the last 154-Day Report of Registration before the last gubernatorial primary election in 2018. The latest figures were recorded in January.
An 88-Day Supplemental Report of Registration which includes voter registration data by newly-drawn districts will be released in early April. Reports will also be issued reflecting registration data as of 60 and 15 days in advance of the primary election.
“As the work continues to assign voters to their new districts, this Report of Registration does not include registration data for the newly drawn congressional, State Senate, State Assembly, Board of Equalization or for County Supervisorial Districts,” Secretary of State Dr. Shirley N. Weber, Ph.D., said. “That information will be included in the Supplemental Report of Registration released in early April.”
Voters are encouraged to confirm that their voter registration is up-to-date, including any changes to address or political party affiliation, at registertovote.ca.gov ahead of the upcoming June 7 Primary Election and any local and special vacancy elections.
The Report of Registration is a compilation of voter registration numbers reported by California’s 58 county elections offices.