This service provides information for qualifying an initiative to go to election and placing a measure on the ballot.
This service provides information on current election(s) being conducted by the County of San Luis Obispo.
This service provides access to the online portal used to file campaign finance disclosures. County Ordinance No. 3261 requires electronic filing of campaign disclosure documents for all candidates and committees. Treasurers must use the NetFile Filer login link to file campaign finance disclosures (Fair Political Practices Commission Forms 410, 460, 496, 497, 461, and 465). These documents are public and may be audited by the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) and California Franchise Tax Board to ensure that voters are fully informed and improper practices prohibited. It is the responsibility of candidates and committees to understand the rules regulating their campaigns in California.
This service provides a list of current Countywide officeholders, term lengths, and term expiration dates.
The California Political Reform Act requires candidates and committees to file campaign statements by specified deadlines disclosing contributions received and expenditures made. These documents are public and may be viewed using the Campaign Finance Disclosure Public Portal. The filings available online are redacted. Please contact the Clerk-Recorder office for unredacted versions.
Please note that this portal is not managed or maintained by the County of San Luis Obispo. It is managed and maintained by a third-party company that hosts campaign disclosure forms, documents and statements for local California governments. But if you need assistance, please contact the County Clerk-Recorder’s Office.
This service provides election results, documents, and information related to elections conducted by the County of San Luis Obispo. Please see Past Elections if you are looking for election results not shown here.
Summary reports of final official election results dating back to March 2000 are available online. Older results may be obtained from the Clerk-Recorder office.
This service provides information about poll watcher rules when observing procedures at polling places or the central counting location. See the Poll Watcher Guide for details.
This service provides election results, documents, and information related to past elections conducted by the County of San Luis Obispo. Summary reports of final official election results dating back to March 2000 are available online. Older results may be obtained from the Clerk-Recorder office.
This service allows you to look up the polling place (voting location) based on a voter's residence address in San Luis Obispo County. The polling place lookup provides the polling place name, address, sample ballot booklet, audio enabled sample ballot, accessibility details, and map location.
This service provides access to the precinct mapping information maintained by the Clerk-Recorder office for election purposes. Geographical information systems (GIS) technology has been used to maintain precinct boundaries and map printing. Use of data maintained by various county departments and agencies (Public Works, Assessor, Planning & Building, Cities, LAFCO, the Citizens Redistricting Commission, and the Census Bureau) and GIS technology when drawing precinct boundary lines results in more accurate and up-to-date maps.
This service provides information about becoming a precinct (poll) worker and allows you to view precinct worker training material. See precinct worker programs for more information.
This service provides information regarding the most recent San Luis Obispo County redistricting process. Redistricting is the redrawing or adjusting of district lines to ensure that legislative representation is fair and balanced. It is done every ten (10) years, after the census data is compiled, to account for population shifts and growth over the last decade. The purpose is to bring districts back into compliance with the one-person one-vote mandate of the Federal and State constitutions.
This service provides information on how to remove an elective officer (elected official) from office.
This service provides information regarding Senate Bill 2, Building Homes and Jobs Act, which went into effect January 1, 2018.
This service provides upcoming election information.
As required by new legislation, the County of San Luis Obispo offers facsimile ballots in the following languages and for only the precincts listed below:
This service provides information on requesting and purchasing voter and election information data.
This service allows you to view current voter registration numbers by State reporting district (updated weekly), and the Official Report of Voter Registration as required by and reported to California Secretary of State.
This service provides information on requesting a certified copy of your voting registration record.
This service allows you to look up your voter registration status using the online Voter Status Lookup. Information provided includes:
- Registered city
- Registered political party
- Voter registration status (e.g. pending, active, inactive)
- Vote-by-Mail status
- Vote-by-Mail information for most recent election (if applicable)
- List of districts in which your residence is located
This service provides information about voting as provided by the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) and allows eligible voters to register to vote and request a vote-by-mail ballot as provided by the act.