For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 17, 2018
Voter Information Guide to be mailed September 27; ballots to follow
San Rafael, CA – All registered voters will have the opportunity to vote in the November 6 General Election, and the Marin County Elections Department has shared lots of information on its website to help local residents prepare before they cast ballots.
Candidates for several state offices, including governor, state senator and state assembly, will be on the ballot along with candidates for United States Senator and United States Representative. The run-off election for Marin County District Attorney will be included. Sausalito residents will vote for city council members, and ballots will include candidates for school districts and special districts.
All voters will have the opportunity to vote on countywide Measure AA, a proposed renewal of a half-cent sales tax over 30 years to fund projects and programs of the Transportation Authority of Marin.
The ballot will include several local measures depending on where voters live. Shoreline Unified School District and Tamalpais Union High School District have measures on the ballot, as do several fire protection districts. Many cities and towns have measures on the ballot including Larkspur, Sausalito, Corte Madera, Fairfax, Ross, and San Anselmo. Voters living in the West Marin Transient Occupancy Tax Area will be able to vote on Measure W, and Bolinas Community Public Utility District has an advisory measure on the ballot, Measure X.
Details about the measures can be found on the Elections Department website.
Among the measures on the November 6 ballot are:
Check the Voter Information Portal online for information about your registration status or vote-by-mail ballot or call 415-473-6456. Follow the Elections Department on Facebook.
Lynda RobertsRegistrar of VotersElections Department
Marin Civic Center Administration Building3501 Civic Center DriveSuite 121San Rafael, CA 94903(415) 473-6401Email: Lynda RobertsElections website