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Reminder For Vote by Mail Voters

Reminder For Vote by Mail Voters

Calaveras voters pay attention to your “Vote by Mail Ballot”. This year Calaveras County voters will find two ballot cards, instead of the one card that voters typically find in the mail. Calaveras County elections official and Clerk-Recorder Rebecca Turner explains that if only one card is returned in the yellow envelope that is all that will get counted. Turner stresses, they want to make sure that everybody is aware that it’s a long ballot. There are several State measures in addition to County propositions and that somebody should not miss out on voting because they didn’t realize there were two ballot cards. There are 17 State ballot measures and the two local propositions that are related to marijuana taxation and use guidelines.


And a reminder to voters in both Amador and Calaveras Counties, the last day to register for the November 8th general election is October 24th and the last day to request a vote by mail ballot is November 1st. Anyone who has not yet received their mail-in ballot should call your local elections office. 

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