Voters with a Life-Threatening Situation May be Confidential
In California, your voter registration record is not available to the general public. However, state laws allow some to access. For details on who has access, visit our page on privacy
If sharing your address could put you in danger, you may be able to join the California Secretary of State’s “Safe at Home” Program. Members are assigned a special mailing address where they will receive their voting materials and important election reminders, and their voter information does not appear in any list, including a roster at a Vote Center and lists provided to approved applicants
. The only other way to have your registration confidential is by order of a judge of the superior court.
Safe at Home Program Contact Information
Toll Free: (877) 322-5227
If you are already a member of the Safe at Home Program and need to update your voter registration, please contact Program staff to learn how. You should not reregister online or through any another method because you may lose your confidential status.