Determine Voting Eligibility:
you must be 18 years or older and U.S. citizen
Complete a Voter Registration Form
(Paper or Online)
To register online, click here. Paper forms are available at KAC, DMV, local libraries, and U.S. Post Office.
Learn about what’s on your ballot!
Look up what is on your ballot here.
Registered voters will receive sample ballots and information guides in their mail.
Decide your Voting Method:
Vote using Vote by Mail (VBM)
All registered voters in California will receive their ballot in the mail for the November 2020 elections. Drop off your ballot any Vote Center or Drop-off Ballot Box. Once you mail in your ballot, you can track your ballot using ‘Where’s My Ballot?’
Starting 10/30, all Vote Centers in Los Angeles County will open for safe in-person voting from 10AM – 7PM.
(Select Vote Centers may open beginning October 24)
Vote in-person at your local Vote Center
As of the March 2020 election, voters in Los Angeles County and Orange County may vote at any of the voting centers in their County. Vote in-person on Election Day, 11/3 from 7AM – 8PM.
Find out your Vote Center:
- Calling (800) 345-VOTE (8683)
- Online at lavote.net
- By texting Vote to GOVOTE (468683)
What is the Easiest Way to Vote this Year?
Check your Voter Status:
1) To make sure you get your ballot, confirm your voter registration status here.
2) You can ensure a smooth voting experience by:
- confirming your mailing address
- signing up for ballot tracking notifications
If you’d like to have your replacement ballot sent to your current address or temporary residence, check out lavote.net. Last day to request a replacement ballot is 10/27.
*This is a one-time request and will not permanently change your voter registration.*
If you’d like to have your ballot in accessible formats like:
-text of proposed laws
check out the California Secretary of State website.
How to use the new vote machine
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KAC has worked tirelessly to promote the civil rights interests of Korean Americans for over 33 years. Our programs work to help our local communities and foster rising generations of business professionals, community advocates, students and civic leaders. The Korean American Coalition has advocated on behalf of the community since our establishment in 1983 and we continue to work on issues concerning civil rights and civic participation.
Voter Engagement Resources
Check out the November 2020 Easy Voter Guides!
California Secretary of State's Voting Guide
California's Voter Hotline
California’s Secretary of State offers voting resources and assistance in 10 different languages.
- (800) 345-VOTE (8683) – English
- (800) 232-VOTA (8682) – español / Spanish
- (800) 339-2857 – 中文 / Chinese
- (888) 345-2692 – हिन्दी / Hindi
- (800) 339-2865 – 日本語 / Japanese
- (888) 345-4917 – ខ្មែរ / Khmer
- (866) 575-1558 – 한국어 / Korean
- (800) 339-2957 – Tagalog
- (855) 345-3933 – ภาษาไทย / Thai
- (800) 339-8163 – Việt ngữ / Vietnamese
- (800) 833-8683 – TTY/TDD
In-language Resources for Voting in California
Check out KAVOTE.ORG
A non-partisan Task Force dedicated to collaborate and increase Korean American participation in the 2020 Census and the Elections, which are the pillars of civic engagement and democracy.
Check out nationwide resources for voter engagement and the 2020 Census!
Types of services that KAC offers are:
1) Determine your eligibility to become a U.S. citizen
2) Prepare your form N-400 Application for Naturalization
Click here to download the N-400 Application
3) Collect necessary documents on document checklist
Click here to download the document checklist
4) Submit your form N-400 Application for Naturalization
Click here for submission instructions
5) Attend the USCIS interview – USCIS will schedule an interview with you to complete the naturalization process once you have completed previous steps
Click here the list of American rights and responsibilities