Voters Reminded of Important Dates and Process

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This year’s June 7 Primary Election will introduce Mariposa County voters to ballots they haven’t seen in at least the last 20 years. In each voter’s official ballot package, which is mailed to each registered voter in the county contains two ballots, with candidates listed on both sides of each ballot.

Deputy Registrar of Voters Courtney Progner-Morrow said, “This is something I’ve never seen in the 18 years I’ve been involved with the elections department.” Reportedly, the sheer number of candidates for state-wide offices required the printing of ballots.

The last day to register to vote is May 23, 2022. The first day 11 day-voter centers open is May 28, and on election day, June 7, all voters centers are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Voters are reminded to make sure they fill out the return envelope for their ballot COMPLETELY. Each return ballot must be signed, dated, and returned. Postmarks are accepted.

Anyone can check their voter registration information at http://voterstatus.sos.ca.gov.

Voters can track their ballots by signing up at WheresMyBallot.sos.ca.gov to track their ballot. This is a very convenient way for voters who exercise their right to vote by mail, which is available to all Mariposa County registered voters, to follow their ballot though the process. Typically, voters only need to sign up once as the data carries over from one election to the next, like the upcoming mid-term election this November.

The follow is information provided by the Mariposa County Registrar of Voters to assist all registered voters in Mariposa County:

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ELIGIBLE REGISTERED VOTERS WILL RECEIVE A BALLOT IN THE MAIL.

For the Statewide Direct Primary Election, Mariposa County will continue to follow procedures introduced under the Voters Choice Act (VCA).

The Registrar of Voters is committed to providing you a safe and secure voting experience that is accessible and convenient.

You will also be able to track your mail ballot every step of the way!

You will know when it is mailed, received, and counted by the Registrar of Voters. All you need to do is sign up for Where’s My Ballot? at Wheresmyballot.sos.ca.gov. You may also choose to return your ballot at one of the drop box locations – visit our website for a complete list.

Will there be Vote Centers on Election Day?

There will be two vote centers open for ten days, May 28-June 6, plus Election Day, and 2 vote centers open on Election Day only. Please visit our website, for a complete list of vote centers.

Verify

Make sure your voter registration information is up to date.

Make sure there are no delays to you receiving your ballot in the mail. You can do this by verifying that the Registrar’s office has your most up to date voter information.

Take a moment now to verify both your home and mailing address on reverse side. You can also check your information online at voterstatus.sos.ca.gov

Is everything correct? If not, you can update your registration

in a matter of minutes by re-registering to vote at registertovote.ca.gov

Questions? Contact the Registrar of Voters Office at (209) 966-2007 or by email at Elections@mariposacounty.org

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