November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election

Lynda Roberts, Registrar of Voters, Elections

MARIN VOTES!
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  • March 3, 2020 - Presidential Primary Election

    • EVERYONE VOTES BY MAIL
      • What You Need To Know: to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health and well-being of poll workers and voters, every active registered voter will automatically receive a ballot in the mail. Voting by mail is convenient and secure – by law, signatures on vote by mail return envelopes must be verified before the ballot may be counted.
      • What You Need To Do: Please vote by mail to protect your health; avoid crowds and long lines at polling places. We pay the postage! Ballots must be postmarked and received by DATE. Sign up NOW to track when your ballot was mailed, received, and counted at WheresMyBallot.sos.ca.gov
      • If you prefer, you can hand-deliver your voted ballot to any ballot drop box between October 6 and 8 pm, November 3 (when polls close). A list of drop box locations and schedules is here. For more information about how to vote by mail, how your ballot is processed, how to mark your ballot, or how to replace a lost ballot, click here. https://www.marincounty.org/depts/rv/voting-information/voting-by-mail
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    • Status of Candidates who have TAKEN OUT PAPERS for Office
    • Sectary of State's webpage, General Election - November 3, 2020

Information for and about candidates: candidates on ballot, guide and deadlines for candidates, financial filings.

Information about local measures: measures on ballot, guide and deadlines for submission, arguments, and rebuttals.

Information about the polls: locations, workers.

Election results: summary results, statement of votes cast.

General facts and timeline.

Legal notices and press releases.

This plan provides an avenue for public observation of the election process and assists in ensuring its integrity.

After every election, the Registrar of Voters conducts the Canvass to ensure that every eligible
ballot is counted accurately. The Elections Department must follow many state mandates during this official canvass period before the election results can be certified.