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March 2020 Presidential Primary Election

March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election.

ABBREVIATED CANDIDATE FILING CALENDAR
  • Sep 12 - Nov 6: Signature In-Lieu of Filing Fee Period Open Now
  • Oct 28 - Nov 6: Declaration of Intent Filing Period (JUDICIAL Offices Only)
  • Nov 11 - Dec 6: Declaration of Candidacy / Nomination Petition Filing Period
Candidate Handbook - County & State Offices
Candidate Handbook - Judicial Offices

Candidate Status 
Last Updated: 10/17/2019 @ 5:00 p.m.  
Office  Candidate  Status
 
Superior Court Judge - Office 1
 
Julia L. Scrogin
 
Signature-in-Lieu Petitions Issued

County Supervisor - District 2

Don Blaser
Mike Leahy

Signature-in-Lieu Petitions Issued
Signature-in-Lieu Petitions Issued
 
County Supervisor - District 3
 
Doug Lofton
 
Signature-in-Lieu Petitions Issued
 
County Supervisor - District 4
 
Gary Bradford
Joe Henderson
 
Signature-in-Lieu Petitions Issued
Signature-in-Lieu Petitions Issued

Yuba County Water Agency -
North Division
John Nicoletti Signature-in-Lieu Petitions Issued

County Central Committee -
Republican, 5th District
Duane Heter Nomination Petitions Issued


OFFICES ON THE BALLOT

  • Partisan Office
    • President 
  • Voter-Nominated Offices
    • US Representative in Congress 3rd District
    • Member of the Assembly 3rd District
  • Local Non-Partisan Offices
    • County Supervisor, District 2
    • County Supervisor, District 3
    • County Supervisor, District 4
    • Superior Court Judge (K. O'Connor)
    • Superior Court Judge (J. Scrogin)
    • Yuba County Water Agency - North Division

UNDERSTAND HOW YOUR PARTY AFFILIATION IMPACTS YOUR PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT
PARTISAN OFFICES: (President and County Central Committee)
  • Voters registered with a qualified political party may only vote on that party's candidates.  
  • Voters who are not registered with a qualified political party:
    • May request a partisan ballot if the political party permits.  Political parties have until 135 days prior to the election to notify the California Secretary of State whether or not they will allow "No Party Preference" voters to request their party ballot.
    • Ballots for voters who are not registered with a qualified political party will not include the office of President.
VOTER NOMINATED OFFICES: (US Representative, State Offices)
  • All voters can vote for any candidate running for these offices.
NON-PARTISAN OFFICES:
  • All voters can vote for any candidate running for these offices.

You can view your current voter registration status at https://voterstatus.sos.ca.gov/