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Dates, Deadlines and More
Every election is governed by critical deadlines that must be met. From candidate filing, the start of vote-by-mail voting or the last day to register to vote – we’ve assembled all of these important dates in one location that you can view or print.
- View the March 2020 Presidential Primary countywide initiative election calendar ►
- View the March 2020 Presidential Primary calendar ►
- View what's on the March 2020 Presidential Primary ballot ►
Campaign Disclosure Filing Schedule
Every election has deadlines for filing campaign finance reports. View the schedule to learn more.
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Obtain Information About Measures Appearing on the Election Ballot
View important information regarding measures on the ballot. Additionally, by clicking on this link, you will view all documents which will be printed in the Sample Ballot Pamphlet.
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Information Regarding Presidential Candidates
The California Secretary of State's website provides the information for Presidential candidates.
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Ten-Year Party History for Voter-Nominated Candidates
Candidates that are running for voter-nominated office have their ten year party registration history published here.
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Important Legal Documents for the Upcoming Election
Find legal documents such as the legal notices, random draws and ballot rotations.
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Top-Two Primary Information
Learn about Partisan, Voter-Nominated and Nonpartisan contests in a Primary Election
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Pop-Up Voting Information
Learn more about our mobile voting station traveling throughout the county.
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Raw Count of In-Person Ballots Cast
The risk-limiting audit is a procedure that provides strong statistical evidence that the election outcome is correct, or has a high probability of correcting an outcome that wouldn't match a full hand count of the ballots.