To cancel, you should contact the appropriate elections office and request that your name be removed from the voter rolls.
You may need to fill out some paperwork.
Once you cancel your registration, remember to register in your new domicile.
Is there a way to unregister to vote?
But first, you need to register before your state’s deadline. Check with your local election office. You can register there or you may be able to register online, at the Department of Motor Vehicles, or using the National Mail Voter Registration Form. When you get there, you may need to show an ID to vote.
Do I have to unregister to vote if I move?
Yes; you can certainly vote after a recent move, but you may need to update your voter registration with your local election office.
Can you unregister to vote to avoid jury duty?
If you’re trying to get out of jury duty at the federal or state levels, your best chance of doing so is by never registering to vote or canceling your current voter registration. So that means you could be called for federal jury duty in some federal court districts if you’ve got a driver’s license.
How do I cancel my voter registration in California?
How to Cancel Your Voter Registration
- Download and complete the Request Voter Registration Cancellation Application . You can also request an application by calling (800) 815-2666 Option 2.
- Mail your application to: Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. P.O. Box 30450. Los Angeles, CA 90030-0450.
How do I cancel my voter registration if I move?
On the voter registration form, select the box that says ‘Change of Address.’ The following guidelines cover situations in which you move or change your address close to an election. If you move: Within 30 days before an election, you will vote at the polling place for your old address.
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