The Presidential Primary Election is Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Cathy Darling Allen, County Clerk/Registrar of Voters, announces that county Voter Information Guides are being delivered to registered voter mailboxes starting today.

For this election, the voter registration deadline is Tuesday, February 18, 2020. Online voter registration is available now at registertovote.ca.gov.

Vote-by-mail voting begins Monday, February 3rd, 2020. Vote-by-mail ballots will be mailed beginning Monday, February 3rd, 2020.

Voters with questions about their party registration or voting in a presidential primary election are encouraged to check their voter registration status at https://www.elections.co.shasta.ca.us/voterprofile/#RegisteredVoterSearch. For information about voting in March, please see https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/voting-info/how-vote-president/.

Polling place locations have changed since our last election. Please review that information on the back page of your voter information guide, or visit our website for more information.

For further information about voter registration, vote-by-mail voting, or this election, go to www.elections.co.shasta.ca.us or contact the Shasta County Elections Department at 225-5730 located at 1643 Market Street, in the Market Street Promenade.

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  1. Avatar Russell K. Hunt says:

    Measure “A” sinks faster than a leaky canoe. The Board of Supervisors turned down $53 million in our tax money to build jail space. And while the County Counsel claims the money cannot be shifted that is not true. This measure does not lock in General Funds currently going to the jail and public safety. That is a big lie. The measure does not say that and it can’t be as general funds are never dedicated. Thus they are for any use. And the state offered us a small prison on Clear Creek Road which would of cleared out the top floor of the current jail and then some.

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