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The California Elections Code provides for voters to register or re-register so that information relating to their residence address, telephone number, email address and other identifying information is declared confidential. In order to be granted confidential registration, a voter must qualify in one of the following ways:
Voters may present certification that they are participant in the Safe at Home is California's address confidentiality program administered by the California Secretary of State’s office. This program is also known as the Address Confidentiality for Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking Program.
The program, which provides a free post office box and mail forwarding service, is designed to help victims and survivors of domestic violence, stalking, human trafficking or sexual assault to start new lives in peace and to provide added protections to their overall safety plans. For more information visit the Secretary of State's Web Site at
The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors approved the option for Public Safety Officers to register as confidential voters. Under State law, a Public Safety Officer may apply through the San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters. Forms are available from the Registrar of Voters for this purpose. Please contact us at 209-468-VOTE (8683) or email@example.com.
Public Safety Officers are defined as:
Status as a confidential voter under this provision must be renewed every two years.
Upon order of a superior court, showing good cause that a life-threatening circumstance exists to the voter or a member of the voter’s household may apply for Confidential Voter Registration Status. Information about this is available from the Registrar of Voters. Please contact us at 209-468-VOTE (8683) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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