June 7, 2022, Statewide Direct Primary Election

Due to recent legislation (Assembly Bill 37 - AB 37), all active registered voters in Lake County will receive a ballot in the mail. If you do not receive your ballot at least two (2) weeks prior to Election Day, please call our office for a replacement ballot

  • Return your vote-by-mail ballot by mail with prepaid postage as long as it's postmarked on or before Election day and received by June 14, 2022, or in-person to a secure ballot drop box, to a voting location or your county elections office by 8:00 p.m. on June 7, 2022. 
  • Election Day, June 7, 2022, polling place locations will be staffed from 7am until 8pm for voters to drop off voted ballots or, to be issued a replacement ballot at your assigned polling place. A list of polling places & official ballot drop box locations is included with your vote-by-mail ballot and in the County Voter Information Guides (Sample Ballot Booklets). 
  • 24 hour Official Ballot Drop Boxes are available during the vote-by-mail period of May 9, 2022, until 8pm on Election Day, June 7, 2022. All drop boxes are wheelchair accessible.  Official Ballot Drop Boxes can be found at each of the following locations. 
        • Lake County Courthouse
        • Lakeport Library
        • Middletown Library
        • Redbud Library (Clearlake)
        • Upper Lake Library
        • Child Support Services (Kelseyville) 

 

You can check your voter status here My Voter Status - California Secretary of State

You can register or re-register to vote here Online Voter Registration | California Secretary of State

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Voter Information  

 

Primary Election - June 7, 2022 :: California Secretary of State

Official Voter Information Guide | California Secretary of State

California Elections Rumor Control


Voter Notices

Notice Regarding Prohibition of Electioneering (PDF)

Notice Regarding Corruption of the Voting Process (PDF)

 

Forms

Remote Accessible Vote-by-Mail (RAVBM) application

Signature Verification Statement

Unsigned Ballot Statement

 
Candidates 


Candidate List

Candidate List- Federal and State offices

Candidate List - Local Offices

 

Candidate Statements (Local County Voter Information Guide)

US Representative, District 4
State Senate, District 2
State Assembly, District 4
Governing Board Member, MUSD
Assessor-Recorder
District Attorney
Treasurer-Tax Collector 

Candidate Statements – Federal and State Offices

 
Campaign & Finance
 

Whether supporting a local bond measure or running for a statewide office, laws and regulations require that candidates and committees report campaign contributions and spending to ensure transparency and accountability for elections.

 

For State and Local candidates, visit the Fair Political Practices Commission.

FPPC Campaign Disclosure Manuals
FPPC Campaign Forms
When to File Campaign Statements: State & Local Filling Schedules 

For Federal candidates, visit the Federal Election Commission.

Public Notices & Media Releases
In-Lieu-of-Filing Fee Petitions
ROV - New Location
MUSD Candidate filing
Notice of Special Election
Filing Deadline Reminder
Filing Deadline Extension
Random Alphabet Drawing
Randomized Alphabet Drawing Results
Bilingual Poll Workers Needed
Media Release VMB Mailing 6.7.2022
Media-Public Notice Process VMB 6.7.2022
Media-Public Notice L & A Test
Close Reg Last Day Primary 6.7.22 Media & Public
Media Release Public Notice Elec Observer Panel 6.7.2022
Media Release Public Notice Manual Tally