MENDOCINO Co., 5/2/18 -- Mendocino County has mailed out sample ballots for the June 5 primary, and yours should be arriving any day now. If you do not receive a ballot in the next few days you can contact the county recorder at: [email protected]
Ballots for statewide elections, including the federal primaries, have already been sent out by the state, and should have arrived last week.
The sample ballots from the county will contain information on the local candidates and measures along with the county-wide races. The official voting ballots will be mailed out next week.
Here is the full press release from the county assessor-clerk-recorder, Susan Ranochak:
COUNTY SAMPLE BALLOT BOOKLETS
The County Sample Ballots have been mailed to voters according to Susan M. Ranochak, Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder. Sample Ballots produced by the County (Red, White & Blue covers) have been mailed; voters should be receiving them within the week.
The County Sample Ballot includes written information on our local candidates and measures; County-wide races for County Superintendent of Schools, the Assessor County Clerk Recorder and Measure G, the county-wide Transient Tax are in each booklet. Written information on the 3rd District Supervisor candidates and the 5th District Supervisor candidates are included for those households. We also have included written information on the District-Wide measures for: Mendocino Coast Health Care District, Fort Bragg Fire Protection District, Coast Life Support District and Southern Humboldt Health Care District. The Statewide Voter Information Guide (VIG) was mailed last week and should have arrived in households last week. The VIG includes written information on the Statewide Propositions and State-wide candidates who submitted their information. The County’s website will be up-dated on election night after the polls close at 8:00 p.m. with election results as often as we receive the polling place ballots. The County’s website address is:
The Elections Department now has a new email address that comes directly to the Assessor Clerk Recorder to better serve our voters [email protected]
For additional information, please contact the County Clerk’s Office by calling 707 234-6819.