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Voter Information

Voting by mail has begun
Those of you who vote by mail should have received your mail-in ballot. If not, call the county Elections Department at 223-6465 to let them know.
 
You can also check the status of your ballot or voter registration online. It takes a day or two for the information to post, so if you just registered, your information may not be up-to-date. 
 
If you’d like to vote by mail, but haven’t yet signed up to do so, you can still send in or hand-deliver a request for a mail-in ballot. See the back of your ballot pamphlet for information. Our Elections Department must receive your request no later than 5 p.m. on May 29.
 
Once you have your ballot, you can mail it in or hand-deliver it. In order to be counted, mailed ballots must be postmarked on or before June 5 and received by the county no later than June 8, so be sure to mail your ballot on time. I encourage you to mail before May 29 so Elections will have your ballot ready to count on June 5.
 
If you hand-deliver your ballot, you may take it to the County Administration Center at 810 Court Street in Jackson no later than 8 pm on Election Day (Tuesday, June 5). There is also a drive-in dropbox outside (look for signs), or you can go inside to the Elections Department.
 
You can also hand-deliver your ballot to any polling place in the county on Tuesday, June 5 between 7 am and 8 pm.

 
Voting is an incredible privilege. I hope you will be sure to make your voice heard in this election.
 
Know anyone who still needs to register to vote?
The last day to register to vote in the June 5 election is Monday, May 21. People can register in person at the Elections Department at 810 Court Street in Jackson or online. Young adults who will be 18 by Election Day, June 5, can register to vote now.

Critical dates

  • Election Day: Tuesday, June 5, 2018. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Last day to register to vote on June 5: May 21
  • Deadline for submitting a vote-by-mail ballot request: May 29

Useful Links

Register to vote online

 

Voter registration information

Voter qualifications, information for college students and those abroad, and more.

 

Amador County Elections Office

810 Court St, Jackson, CA 95642 (209) 223-6465

Check to see if you are registered to vote at your current address and to learn more about voting in the June 5 election.

 

Amador County polling places

 


Committee to Reelect Lynn Morgan for Supervisor D3 2018 • FPPC# 1399670
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