Voter Registration Program

I am the REALTOR® Party of California and I Vote!

California REALTORS® cannot afford to ignore what occurs in the halls of government because Real Estate is one of the most regulated industries at the local, state and federal level. This is why every REALTOR® needs to be counted on Election Day! Please remember to go and vote there is to much at stake to sit on the sidelines.

When REALTORS® are engaged in the electoral process, elected officials listen to our concerns. 

Make your voice heard, register to vote today!

From our city halls to Washington D.C., our elected officials are making decisions that impact REALTORS® and their clients. Through the support of our members, the REALTOR® PARTY OF CALIFORNIA will continue to represent our industry's interests. As a member of the REALTOR® PARTY OF CALIFORNIA, you will:

  1. Register to vote online here. If you are not currently registered to vote, to request a paper voter registration application be mailed to you, please call (800) 345-VOTE(8683). Paper Voter registration forms are also available at  your county elections office, library, Department of Motor Vehicles offices, or U.S. post office.

  2. Vote by mail. A Vote by Mail Application can be found here. Registered voters can also apply for an absentee ballot by mail. Applications must be returned to your county elections official. Find the address for your county here.

  3. Voter registration deadline is October 19, 2020.

REALTOR® Party of California: We don't tell you who to vote for, we just want you to vote!

Learn more about the REALTOR® Party of California

The REALTORS®' vote is critical to ensuring that homeownership is represented at the local level, in Sacramento and Washington DC. Please make exercising that right a priority! 

See how elected officials from every level of Government are involved in your business

Local Elected Officials

  • Land Use Regulations
  • Zoning & Sign Ordinances
  • Rent Control 

State Elected Officials

  • Point of Sale Inspections
  • Transfer & Service Taxes
  • Disclosures & Liabilities

Federal Elected Officials

  • Mortgage Interest Deduction
  • Short Sales/Government REO's
  • The Future of Mortgage Financing