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June 7th Primary Election Ballots Coming in the Mail

MADERA COUNTY Rebecca Martinez, County Clerk-Recorder & Registrar of Voters announced today that all registered voters in the County of Madera will be sent their official ballots for the upcoming June 7, 2022, Consolidated Statewide Direct Primary Election in the mail.

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Ballots will be mailed to voters beginning May 9. Allow 2-5 days for delivery.

You can track your ballot! 

Ballot tracking is now available and it’s FREE! Ballot tracking is a service that will send you notice about your ballot including when it’s mailed, received, and counted. Know where your ballot is every step of the way! Go to www.wheresmyballot.sos.ca.gov to sign up.

Great news! You will no longer have to place a stamp on your ballot envelope to return your ballot through the U.S. Mail. We’ve got it covered! Voted ballots may also be returned at any official county ballot drop box or at any vote center in Madera County. It is highly recommended that you do not hand over your ballot to a stranger. If you decide not to mail or drop off your ballot personally, only give your ballot to someone you trust.

The back pages of your County Voter Information Guide show the ballot drop box and vote center locations, dates, and hours of operation.

Don’t forget to sign your blue envelope!

You can also avoid long lines by voting before election day. The Mobile Vote Center will be out to serve you in multiple locations before election day. See the insert with your ballot for more information. For this election, voted ballots returned by mail must be postmarked on or before election day and received within seven (7) days after the election to be considered timely.

For more information, contact the Elections Division toll free at 800-435-0509.

Para obtener más información, comuníquese con la División de Elecciones al número gratuito 800-435-0509.

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