May someone help me vote?
Yes. When a voter declares under oath, administered by any member of the precinct board at the time the voter appears at the polling place to vote, that the voter is unable to mark a ballot, the voter shall receive the assistance of not more than two persons selected by the voter, other than the voter’s employer, an agent of the voter’s employer, or an officer or agent of the union of which the voter is a member.

It is our goal to have all of our polling places accessible to the physically handicapped. If a voter cannot get inside the polling place, the voter may request to vote curbside. A poll worker will bring a ballot and marking device outside and assist the voter in casting a ballot. Please see California Elections Code Section 14282 for further information. The California Elections Code is available at

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1. Who administers the municipal election and under what authority?
2. Why are General Municipal Elections in Signal Hill held the first Tuesday in March of odd-numbered years?
3. What happens in the event of a tie vote?
4. Where do I go to vote?
5. Who determines where polling places will be? How are polling places chosen? Why was my polling place changed?
6. Who is running for office?
7. What hours are the polls open on Election Day?
8. What is electioneering?
9. Am I required to show I.D. at the poll?
10. Who is eligible to vote?
11. Who may register to vote?/When may I register to vote?
12. When does registration close?
13. How may I register to vote?/Where can I find voter registration forms?
14. May I register to vote using my business address or a P.O. Box?
15. Do I have to re-register for each election?/When is it necessary to re-register?
16. How can I find out if I’m registered to vote?
17. I just moved and did not re-register. Will I be eligible to vote?
18. Is the information I provide on my voter registration form available to the public?
19. May someone help me vote?