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County Elections - Registrar of Voters

Terry A. Hansen

915 8th St., Suite 107, Marysville, CA 95901

 

Phone: (530) 749-7855

Fax: (530) 749-7854

Email: elections@co.yuba.ca.us

Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. - 5:00  p.m.




 

November 6, 2018 Statewide General Election

 



Postage required to return your vote by mail ballot:  71 cents
 
Notice to City of Marysville Voters - Voter Guide Correction

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Poll Worker Information
Candidate Information
Abbreviated Election Calendar
Voter Registration
Voting by Mail
Additional Information/Links
Local Measures: Measure J / Measure K
Forms

 

 

ONLINE VOTER GUIDE

 

 

CANDIDATE INFORMATION

 

Local Offices on the November 6, 2018 Ballot

OFFICE SEATS CANDIDATES
Supervisor District 1
Candidate Statements: English / Spanish
1 Andy Vasquez
Joan Saunders
Supervisor District 5
Candidate Statements: English / Spanish
1 Randy Fletcher
Alton Wright
City of Marysville, City Council
Candidate Statements: English / Spanish
2 Brad Hudson
Christopher Pedigo
Bruce A. Buttacavoli
OPUD - Director at Large 1
No Candidate Statements
1 John Floe
Mike Morrison
Wheatland School District
No Candidate Statements
3 Raegean Waltz
Ronna Eaton
Ish Medina
Robin Bogdanoff
North Yuba Water District - Division 4
Candidate Statements: English / Spanish
1 Donald C. Forguson
Gretchen Flohr
STATE CANDIDATES    
US Representative, District 3
Candidate Statements: English / Spanish
  Charlie Schaupp
John Garamendi
State Senator, District 4
Candidate Statements: English / Spanish
  Philip Kim
James Nielsen
State Assembly Member, District 3
Candidate Statements: English / Spanish
  James Gallagher
Sonia Aery

 

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ABBREVIATED ELECTION CALENDAR

Dates Activity

08/27/18

 

Last Day to Submit Rebuttal Arguments

Final deadline for authors of the direct arguments to submit rebuttal arguments. Statements shall not exceed 250 words.

§9167

09/10/18 -
10/23/18

 

Statement of Write-in Candidacy and Nomination Papers

During this period write-in candidates must file their Statement of Write-in Candidacy and Nomination Papers with the County elections official.

§8601

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Poll Worker Information

Earn $85 as a Clerk or $100 as an Inspector by serving as a Yuba County Poll Worker. For more information call Yuba County Elections at (530) 749-7855.

Poll Worker Application

Student Poll Worker Application

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VOTER REGISTRATION

Register to vote

Check your voter registration status

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VOTING BY MAIL

  • Postage required to return your vote by mail ballot:  71 cents
  • Vote by Mail Application
  • Vote by Mail Ballot Envelope Not Signed:  If you forget to sign your vote by mail ballot envelope you will be sent a notice to sign and return.  You can also download this form here: Unsigned Ballot Statement
  • Signature on Vote by Mail Envelope Doesn't Match Voter Record: If the signature on your vote by mail envelope does not match the signature on your voter registration record you will be sent a notice to sign and return.  You can also download this form here:  Signature Verification Statement
  • Frequently asked questions about voting by mail.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION / LINKS

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LOCAL MEASURES

 

Measure J - Marysville Joint Unified School District Bond Measure

  • Ballot Question:  To repair/improve aging local schools with funding that cannot be taken by the State, replace leaking roofs, outdated heating, air conditioning, electrical/plumbing; remove asbestos/dry rot; upgrade outdated classrooms, science labs/technology; improve safety/security systems; acquire, construct, equip facilities, shall Marysville Joint Unified School District measure be adopted to issue $74,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levy on average 5.634¢/$100 assessed value ($4,187,470 annually) while bonds are outstanding, requiring audits/oversight, no money for administrators?

  • Measure J County Voter Information Guide Materials: English / Spanish

 

Measure K - Yuba County Transactions and Use Tax: Public Safety/Essential Services Protection Ordinance

  • Ballot Question:  YUBA COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY/ESSENTIAL SERVICES PROTECTION MEASURE.  To maintain and protect essential services such as 9-1-1 emergency medical/fire response; improving wildland fire containment; maintaining 24-hours sheriff's patrol; attracting/retaining jobs, businesses, and qualified sheriff deputies; and other essential services, shall the measure to establish a 1 cent sales tax for 10 years in unincorporated Yuba County, providing an estimated $4,300,000 annually requiring accountability, citizens' oversight/audits, and all revenue controlled locally, be adopted?

  • Measure K County Voter Information Guide Materials: English / Spanish

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FORMS

Vote by Mail Ballot Application

Unsigned Ballot Statement

Signature Mismatch Verification Ballot Statement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Clerk-Recorder • 915 8th. St., Suite 107, Marysville, CA 95901 • (530) 749-7855 • Fax: (530) 749-7854

 

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