The August Primary narrows the number of candidates to two. The top two candidates who receive the most votes in the Primary advance to the General Election, regardless of their party preference. Voters can vote for any candidate and do not have to declare a party preference. The Primary ballot will have state, local, and federal races as well as local ballot measures.
Ballots for the Aug. 2 Primary were mailed July 14. Voters' pamphlets were mailed to all households July 13. You may register in person at the Auditor's Office until July 25.
Register to Vote or Verify An Existing Registration
Please note that 17.5 year-olds may register but will not appear in the look-up system or receive a voter registration card until their 18th birthday.
November 8 Presidential General Election
Prepare to vote in the upcoming Presidential Election. Register or update your registration online or by mail by Monday, October 10. You may register in person at the Auditor's Office by Monday, October 31.
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Military and Overseas Voters