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Election Information

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 2014 GENERAL ELECTIONParty Endorsements

Candidate Nights

Candidate Nights in Tuolumne County


                                                                                                    
TUESDAY JUNE 3, 2014 STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY ELECTION


Voter Registration

Report of registration for the county of Tuolumne as of September 4, 2014:
Number of registered voters by party:
  • American Independent: 1,244              
  • Americans Elect: 0
  • Democrats: 9,329           
  • Green: 228
  • Libertarian: 275
  • No Party Preference: 6,036
  • Other: 61
  • Peace and Freedom: 93
  • Republicans: 12,415          
  • Total: 29,681

VOTING RESOURCES:

FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE


ABSENTEE BALLOT LOOKUP


VOTING INSTRUCTIONS


POLL WORKER TRAINING:

DISABILITY SENSITIVITY AT THE POLLS

INSPECTOR LETTER

INSPECTOR CONFIRMATION

POLL WORKER APPLICATION & W-9 FORM

INSPECTOR HANDBOOK



Who May Register & Vote
A person is entitled to register to vote in the county of Tuolumne if they are:
  • A U.S. citizen
  • A resident of California
  • A resident of Tuolumne County
  • Not in prison or on parole for the conviction of a felony
  • At least 18 years of age on the date of the election

California election law denies the right to vote to persons who have been determined mentally incompetent.

Duties & Responsibilities
The Election’s Office is a division of the county Clerk's Office, and is run by the county clerk. Listed below are some duties the Election’s Office is responsible for:
  • Conducting federal, state, and local elections held in Tuolumne County
  • Filing campaign statements (itemized listings of candidate and campaign contributors and expenditures)
  • Procuring all polling places and recruiting all poll workers in Tuolumne County
  • Providing information to candidates on the nomination process and campaign reporting laws
  • Providing voter registration information and related materials to candidates and campaigns
  • Registering voters and maintaining the voter registration file
  • Numerous other duties relating to elections

                


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Deborah Bautista
Auditor / Registrar of Voters

2 South Green St.
Sonora, CA 95370

Ph: 209-533-5570
Fx: 209-694-8931

Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.