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Mendocino County Residents Should Recieve Vote by Mail Ballots This Week for the June 7th Election

The following is a press release issued by Mendocino County’s Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder Katrina Bartolomie:

Mail Ballots (aka Vote By Mail or Absentee Ballots) will be mailed to all active registered voters in Mendocino County, Monday, MAY 9, 2022 and will be available in the County Clerk’s Office, for the STATEWIDE PRIMARY Election, to be held on JUNE 7, 2022, according to Katrina Bartolomie, Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder. The County Clerk’s Office is located in Room 1020 of the County Administration Building located at 501 Low Gap Road, Ukiah. The normal delivery is five to seven days, if you do not receive your ballot within one week, please call our office at (707) 234-6819 for a replacement ballot. If you have moved since the last election, please re-register at https://registertovote.ca.gov/

Sample Ballots (local voter information booklets) were mailed by our vendor and should be arriving in your homes within the next few days, if you do not receive your Sample Ballot by the end of the week, please call our office so we can send you one.

Voters in Mendocino County have began receiving their State Voter Information Guides (VIG) that include information on the statewide candidates. If you would like to view the VIG online, please visit: https://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/

Katrina Bartolomie would like to remind voters who wish to vote in the JUNE 7, 2022 election, that THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE IS MAY 23, 2022 to receive a regular ballot in the mail. Please call our office for a Voter Registration card or go to: https://registertovote.ca.gov/ to register to vote online.

For additional information please contact the Election / County Clerk’s Office by calling 707 234-6819.



    • Maybe volunteer to work at the polls Floyd, that way you can keep watch over the situation and learn how the process actually works! You may even learn how much care is given by the county election office to make sure votes are counted correctly and accurately. Once you’ve completed your orientation and training to be a poll worker, by all means come back and let us all know about your experience. Then you’ll actually be reporting something you have knowledge of.

      • i actually have. as i recall the people verifying voter status broke all sorts of rules. there were so many of them doing that, it was fruitless to call it out. i might point out that there was a lot derangement syndrome going on which border-lined violence for anybody challenging what the checkers were doing.

        watch 2000 mules and practice what you seem to be preaching (ie try talking about something you might actually know about).

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