Elections (Pemilu) are one of the important mechanisms in a modern democratic system that allow citizens to elect their representatives in government. Community involvement in the general election process in Indonesia has always been an interesting topic for research. This article aims to analyze community involvement in the democratic process in general elections in Indonesia, especially in terms of voter participation and the role of civil society in overseeing elections. The research method used is a qualitative descriptive approach by analyzing secondary data from literature and related documents. The results of the study show that voter turnout in elections in Indonesia is relatively high, although there are several challenges in terms of election supervision and integrity. On the other hand, the role of civil society in overseeing elections in Indonesia is growing and becoming more active, although there is still a lack of access to information and capacity. This research shows that community involvement in the democratic process in general elections in Indonesia has experienced positive developments, but further efforts are still needed to increase the integrity and more active participation of the people in elections.