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November 8, 2022 General Election

November 8, 2022 General  Election
Yuba County Elections, 915 8th Street, Suite 107, Marysville, CA 95901
Email: elections@co.yuba.ca.us
Fax: (530) 749-7854
 
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VOTER REGISTRATION

Register to vote 
Last Day to Register to Vote: 10/24/22
Check your voter registration status
General voter registration information
Cancel your registration

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CANDIDATE INFORMATION

Key Candidate Filing Dates
Candidate Handbook 

MEASURE INFORMATION

Wheatland Union High School District
Plumas Lake Elementary School District
Ballot Arguments For/Against a Local Measure
State Measures
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POLL WORKERS

Poll Worker Information
Online Poll Worker Application

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VOTING BY MAIL

** All registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail **
Returning Your Voted Ballot
Official Drop Box Locations 


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RESOURCES

Accessible Voting
WARNING: Electioneering is Prohibited
WARNING: Corrupting the Voting Process is Prohibited


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REDISTRICTING INFORMATION

New  Supervisor Boundary Maps
New Supervisor Boundary -- Interactive Map
State Redistricting Final Maps
Voting Precinct Map (June 2022) 3mb

Important Registration Dates
10/24/2022:  Last day to Register to Vote. 
10/25/2022 - 11/08/2022: Conditional Registration Period.

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Key Candidate Filing Dates
Appointments are recommended for candidate filing (individuals with an appointment will be assisted first).   
You can make an appointment by calling (530) 749-7855.

08/17/2022  Candidate filing extension period closes.  (Incumbent not eligible to file during extension.)
09/12/2022 Write-in candidate filing period begins.

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Local Office Candidate Filing Status  updated 8/15/2022 

FILING HAS EXTENDED TO 5:00 PM AUGUST 17, 2022 FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES
OFFICES Number of Seats Candidate(s)
The following individuals have
completed the filing process.
SPECIAL DISTRICTS    
Loma Rica / Browns Valley Community Services District 3  Kim Biggs
Bill High
Camptonville Community Services District 2  
District 10 / Hallwood Community Services District 3 Joseph Serger
District 10 / Hallwood Community Services District (Short Term) 2  
River Highlands Community Services District 3  
River Highlands Community Services District (Short Term) 2  
SCHOOLS    
Plumas Lake Elementary School District  3 Angela Covil
Aaron Cask
Veronica Brown
Wheatland Elementary School District  3 Ish Medina
Raegean Waltz
Lorene Leonard
Anita Fabian
Mary Starr
Lindsey Goree
Kristina Stineman
Megan Andersen
Taylor Zapata
Wheatland Union High School District 2 Ryan G. Belflower
Tony Lopez
Nevada Joint High School District - Trustee Area 1 
Pending confirmation from Nevada County Elections
1  

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FILING HAS CLOSED FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES
Offices Number of Seats Candidate(s)
The following individuals have
completed the filing process.
SPECIAL DISTRICTS    
Foothill Fire Protection District 2 Dwight Lunkley
George Able
Browns Valley Irrigation District - Division 1 1 Robert Bordsen
Browns Valley Irrigation District - Division 2 1 Russell Woods
Browns Valley Irrigation District - Division 3 1 Bradley Rist
Clifford Page
Patrick J. McGrath
Browns Valley Irrigation District - Division 5 (Short Term) 1 Mike Howard
Kurt Kaiser
Dobbins / Oregon House Fire Protection District 2 Gary Hawthorne
Lani Pessoa
Charles Sharp
Linda County Water District 3 Gordon A. Stevens
John K McAleer II
Keith Whitaker
Linda Fire Protection District 1 James Z. Brannon
OPUD - Ward 2 1 John Floe
OPUD - Ward 3 1 Mary Jane Griego
North Yuba Water District - Division 4 1 Marie "Marieke" Furnee
Gary Hawthorne
North Yuba Water District - Division 5 1 Ginger L. Hughes
Sarah K. Napierski
Ann Plumb
North Yuba Water District - Division 1 (Short Term) Shared with Butte County 1 Douglas J Neilson
Alton Wright
Renee Wood
North Yuba Water District - Division 2 (Short Term) 1 Chris S Cross
Steven C Ronneberg
Plumas Brophy Fire District 1 Bart E. Johnson
Plumas Brophy Fire (Short Term) 1 Raymond Lopez
Smartsville Fire District 2 John A Fuschich
Daniel Zuber
Smartsville Fire District (Short Term) 1 John Snider
SCHOOLS    
Yuba County Board of Education - Trustee Area 1 1  
Yuba County Board of Education - Trustee Area 5 Shared with Butte County 1 Tracy Bishop
Yuba County Board of Education - Trustee Area 3 (Short Term) 1 Marjorie E. Renicker 
Camptonville School District 3 Karen Barnett
Sidonie Christian
Reid Pearcy
Marysville Joint Unified School District - Trustee Area 2 1 Frank J. Crawford
Marysville Joint Unified School District - Trustee Area 3 1 Chong Yang
Marysville Joint Unified School District - Trustee Area 4 Shared with Butte County 1 Seth Stemen
Brett Butler
Yuba Community College District - Trustee Area 1 Shared with Butte & Sutter Counties 1 Richard "Ric" Teagarden
Nevada County Board of Education Shared with Nevada County
Pending confirmation by Nevada County Elections
3  


City of Marysville -
for information regarding filing status contact the City Clerk at  (530) 749-3947 or nmoe@marysville.ca.us  The City Clerk public hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm excluding holidays.

City of Wheatland
- for information regarding filing status contact the City Clerk at  (530) 633-2761 or lthomason@wheatland.ca.gov.  The City Clerk public hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. excluding holidays.


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LOCAL MEASURES
Ballot Arguments for Local Measures
Arguments for or against any local measure are due by 5:00 pm August 19th, 2022
Guide to Writing Arguments
Argument Signature Statement
Rebuttal Argument Alternate Signer Authorization


Wheatland Union High School District
School Facility Improvement District 1 (Plumas Lake) Bond Measure
BALLOT QUESTION
To begin construction on a new high school for Plumas Lake students, construct classrooms, restrooms and other necessary high school facilities; shall Wheatland Union High School District (Plumas Lake SFID No.1) issue $16,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, generating on average $825,000 annually as long as bonds are outstanding at a rate of approximately 3 cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, independent citizens’ oversight committee, NO money for salaries and all money staying local? School Facility Improvement District 2 (Wheatland) Bond Measure
BALLOT QUESTION:  To improve the quality of education at Wheatland High; repair or replace leaky roofs; modernize/renovate/construct classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; and make health, safety, and security improvements; shall Wheatland Union High School District (SFID No. 2) issue $8,700,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, generating on average $495,000 annually while bonds are outstanding at a rate of approximately 3 cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, independent citizens’ oversight committee, NO money for salaries and all money staying local?

Plumas Lake Elementary School District Bond Measure
BALLOT QUESTION: To maintain safe, quality education, resolve overcrowding challenges, and retain valued teachers by constructing a new middle school on pre-purchased land with facilities that properly educate middle school students in reading, science, technology, engineering, language arts, and math, shall the Plumas Lake Elementary School District issue $45,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, annually levying approximately $60 per $100,000 of assessed valuation, generating approximately $1,800,000 annually while bonds are outstanding, with strict accountability including audits and public spending disclosures?

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RETURNING YOUR VOTED BALLOT
  • BY MAIL: Ballots must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received no later than 7 days after Election Day.  There is no postage required to return your ballot.
  • BY DROP BOX:  Ballots must be received at a drop box by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.  Drop boxes are located at the Yuba County Government Center and Linda Fire Station #3.  (Locations & Hours
  • IN PERSON: Ballots can be dropped off at the Yuba County Elections Office, 915 8th Street, Marysville, by 8:00 p.m. Election Day.  Ballots can also be dropped off on Election Day at any California polling place.

WARNING: ELECTIONEERING PROHIBITED! 
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VIOLATIONS CAN LEAD TO FINES AND/OR IMPRISONMENT.

WHERE:
  • Within the immediate vicinity of a person in line to cast their ballot or within 100 feet of the entrance of a polling place, curbside voting or drop box the following activities are prohibited.
WHAT ACTIVITIES ARE PROHIBITED:
  • DO NOT ask a person to vote for or against any candidate or ballot measure.
  • DO NOT display a candidate’s name, image, or logo.
  • DO NOT block access to or loiter near any ballot drop boxes.
  • DO NOT provide any material or audible information for or against any candidate or ballot measure near any polling place, vote center, or ballot drop box.
  • DO NOT circulate any petitions, including for initiatives, referenda, recall, or candidate nominations.
  • DO NOT distribute, display, or wear any clothing (hats, shirts, signs, buttons, stickers) that include a candidate’s name, image, logo, and/or support or oppose any candidate or ballot measure.
  • DO NOT display information or speak to a voter about the voter’s eligibility to vote.

The electioneering prohibitions summarized above are set forth in Article 7 of Chapter 4 of Division 18 of the California Elections Code.
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WARNING: CORRUPTING THE VOTING PROCESS IS PROHIBITED! (Español)
VIOLATIONS SUBJECT TO FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT. 
WHAT ACTIVITIES ARE PROHIBITED: 
  • DO NOT commit or attempt to commit election fraud.
  • DO NOT provide any sort of compensation or bribery to, in any fashion or by any means induce or attempt to induce, a person to vote or refrain from voting.
  • DO NOT illegally vote.
  • DO NOT attempt to vote or aid another to vote when not entitled to vote.
  • DO NOT engage in electioneering; photograph or record a voter entering or exiting a polling place; or obstruct ingress, egress, or parking.
  • DO NOT challenge a person’s right to vote or prevent voters from voting; delay the process of voting; or fraudulently advise any person that he or she is not eligible to vote or is not registered to vote.
  • DO NOT attempt to ascertain how a voter voted their ballot.
  • DO NOT possess or arrange for someone to possess a firearm in the immediate vicinity of a polling place, with some exceptions.
  • DO NOT appear or arrange for someone to appear in the uniform of a peace officer, guard, or security personnel in the immediate vicinity of a polling place, with some exceptions.
  • DO NOT tamper or interfere with any component of a voting system.
  • DO NOT forge, counterfeit, or tamper with the returns of an election.
  • DO NOT alter the returns of an election.
  • DO NOT tamper with, destroy, or alter any polling list, official ballot, or ballot container.
  • DO NOT display any unofficial ballot collection container that may deceive a voter into believing it is an official collection box.
  • DO NOT tamper or interfere with copy of the results of votes cast.
  • DO NOT coerce or deceive a person who cannot read or an elder into voting for or against a candidate or measure contrary to their intent.
  • DO NOT act as an election officer when you are not one.
EMPLOYERS cannot require or ask their employee to bring their vote by mail ballot to work or ask their employee to vote their ballot at work. At the time of payment of salary or wages, employers cannot enclose materials that attempt to influence the political opinions or actions of their employee. 
PRECINCT BOARD MEMBERS cannot attempt to determine how a voter voted their ballot or, if that information is discovered, disclose how a voter voted their ballot. 
The prohibitions on activity related to corruption of the voting process summarized above are set forth in Chapter 6 of Division 18 of the California Elections Code. 
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OFFICIAL BALLOT DROP BOX - LOCATION & HOURS
Ballots may be deposited in one of three official drop boxes by 8:00 pm Election Day.
  • Drop Box 1:  Yuba County Government Center (Parking Lot), 915 8th St, Marysville.  Available:  24/7
  • Drop Box 2:  Yuba County Government Center (Main Lobby), 915 8th St, Marysville.  Available during normal business hours.
  • Drop Box 3: Linda Fire Protection District, Station 3, 1765 River Oaks Blvd, Plumas Lake.  Available 24/7
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LANGUAGE ASSISTANCE
  • SPANISH: All election materials and ballots are available in English and Spanish. 
  • HMONG: Voters in Supervisor District 1 may request a Hmong facsimile ballot by calling (530) 749-7855, by emailing elections@co.yuba.ca.us or by coming by the Elections Office at 915 8th Street, Suite 107, Marysville.
  • OTHER LANGUAGES: Voters who require language assistance at their polling site can be assisted by the poll worker contacting the Secretary of State's interpreter service.   

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