Californians will head to the polls for the 2016 Primary on Tuesday, June 7. Voters will have the chance to vote on U.S. Senate, and a statewide proposition. Each city and region have their state legislators and local propositions to consider as well.
If you're an independent or "no party preference" voter interested in voting for president, you can request a Democratic ballot at the polls, while the Republican presidential primary is closed and does not allow independents.
Google and Voting Information Project (VIP) teamed up in 2012 to give voters all the information they need in one place. Since then, Google has gained more partners each election year, and now provides the same location-based voting information along with The Pew Charitable Trusts and Internet Association.
Location-based information provides the nearest poll location, election date, sample ballot, and contact information for the secretary of state.