POLL WORKERS NEEDED!
Contact Yuba County Elections for more information on being a poll worker! (530) 749-7855
Voting by Mail
Tracking Your Ballot
Voting for President
Local Measures on the Ballot & Arguments
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act Resources
Online County Voter Guide
VOTING BY MAIL
Requesting a Ballot
- You can request a vote by mail ballot in person at the Yuba County Elections Office.
- You can request a vote by mail ballot by phone for this election only by calling (530) 749-7855.
- You can request a vote by mail ballot by completing a Vote by Mail Application and returning it to the Elections Office by:
Mail: 915 8th Street, Suite 107, Marysville, CA 95901
Fax: (530) 749-7854
Fax: (530) 749-7854
Returning Your Ballot
- By Mail: Ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received no later than 3 days after Election Day. There is no postage required to return your ballot by mail.
- By Personal Delivery: Ballots must be recieved at the Yuba County Elections Office or any polling place no later than 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. Please note, there is a drop box for ballots at the Yuba County Government Center located just inside the front entrance that does not require you to go through the security checkpoint. A list of Yuba County Polling Places will be included with your ballot.
You can sign-up at WheresMyBallot.sos.ca.gov to receive automated notifications about your vote by mail ballot. You can choose whether you want to receive notifications by email, text or a voice call. Notification will be sent when the county mails your ballot, receives your ballot, if there is an issues with your ballot or when your ballot is approved for counting.
Fixing Ballot Signature Issues
California law requires the signature on every vote by mail ballot envelope to be checked against the signature on the voters registration record. If the signature is missing or does not match voters will be notified and provided an opportunity to fix the issue.
Missing Signatures: If you did not sign your ballot envelope you wil be sent a notification with an Unsigned Ballot Statement to be completed and returned to the Elections Office. The statement must be completed and returned in person, by mail, fax or email no later than two days before the election is certified.
Signature Match: If the signature on your ballot envelope does not match the signature on your voter registration record you will be sent a notification with a Signature Verification Statement. The statement must be completed and returned in person, by mail, fax or email no later than two days before the election is certified.
County & State Offices
Listed in Random Alpha Order
Superior Court Judge - Office 2
| Terry Spies
Melanie K. Bendorf
County Supervisor - District 2
| Stephen Heter
County Supervisor - District 3
| Doug Lofton
County Supervisor - District 4
| Joe Henderson
Yuba County Water Agency - North Division
| John Nicoletti
US Representative, District 3
| Tamika Hamilton
Member of the State Assembly, District 3
| James R Hanson
|Certified List of Candidates (Secretary of State)|
VOTING FOR PRESIDENT
If you registered with a political party:
You can vote for a candidate running for President in that party.
If you wish to vote for a candidate running for President in a different party, you must register with that party by February 18, 2020 or you will need to register and vote conditionally.
If you registered with no party preference:
You can vote in the Presidential primary for the following parties:
- American Independent
If you want to vote in the Presidential primary for one of the following political parties:
- Peace & Freedom
If you're not sure how you registered, you can check your current voter registration status at https://voterstatus.sos.ca.gov/
LOCAL MEASURES ON THE BALLOT
Measure C: Yuba Community College District Bond Measure English / Spanish
Measure L: Wheatland Union High School District Bond Measure English / Spanish
Measure M: Plumas Lake Elementary School District Bond Measure English / Spanish
- How to mark your paper ballot: English / Spanish
- How to use the touchscreen ballot marking device: English / Spanish
- How to vote by mail: English / Spanish
- Party endorsements for Voter Nominated Offices: English / Spanish
- The Voters Bill of Rights: English / Spanish