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Vote by November 3 at 8 p.m. in California

.500 is a good batting average, but not when it comes to voter turnout. Farhan Zaidi, Scott Harris, and Gabe Kapler ran the stats and encourage every Giants fan to vote.

Voter Town Hall Chalk Talk with California Secretary of State Alex Padilla

This past September, the Giants hosted Secretary Alex Padilla for a virtual Voter Town Hall Chalk Talk moderated by Spanish Language Broadcaster Erwin Higueros. As Chief Elections Officer for the State of California, Secretary Padilla shared his insights on voter education and engagement, and President of Baseball Operations Farhan Zaidi also shared why voting matters.


The Giants believe one of the more powerful actions we can take to affect the future of our democracy is exercising our right to VOTE. COVID-19 has created unique challenges, which can greatly impact this election cycle, so we encourage fans to make a plan to vote and cast your ballot early in order to make your voice heard.

  • The registration deadline has passed, but Californians are still able to register through the Same Day Voter Registration process. Find out more about this process here.
  • All Californians received a vote-by-mail ballot as early as October 5.
  • Research what's on your ballot: learn about the ballot measures and where candidates stand on the issues by checking out the Vote 411 voter’s guide.
  • Last day to vote is November 3, polling places close at 8 p.m.

If you live outside California, visit for more voting resources.

Voting Checklist


Register to Vote

(Deadline has passed.)


Receive Ballot by Mail & Review


Mail or Drop Off Ballot by Tuesday, November 3


If you are voting in person, make sure you have the correct Identification by CLICKING HERE

When We All Vote x Goldman Global Arts Mural Campaign

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We’ve teamed up with When We All Vote and Goldman Global Arts to take part in their digital mural campaign to amplify the message of voting and inspire participation. We will be highlighting the art of Californian artists Aliyah Sidqe, David Flores, Hueman, and Shepard Fairey on our scoreboard at Oracle Park until the end of Election Day.

For more information on the artists, Goldman Global Arts and When We All Vote, visit

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