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Plumas County Clerk-Recorder Voter Registration Form
520 Main Street Room 102
Quincy, CA 95971 LAST DAY TO REGISTER OR CHANGE YOUR
POLITICAL PARTY - MAY 23, 2016
PLUMAS COUNTY NOW VOTES BY MAIL
Your Polling Place is your Mail Box!
There will be no polling place at:
Greenville Townhall Quincy - Fairgrounds
Portola Memorial Hall Chester Memorial Hall
California Elections Code provides a regular precinct below 250 voters will become a Mail Ballot Precinct and voters will receive their ballots in the mail instead of going to a polling place. All Plumas County regular precincts are below 250 voters and will be voting by mail. Your Vote By Mail ballot was mailed to you on May 9, 2016, 29 days prior to Election Day, June 7, 2016. Don't discard it. If you haven't received it come into the Courthouse at 520 Main Street, Room 102 so we can provide you with a replacement ballot.
Questions ?? 530-283-6256 or 1-844-676-VOTE.
You have 3 ways to return your Vote By Mail ballot:
If you make a mistake on your ballot, bring it in to the Election Department and exchange it for a new one: . Request for Replacement Ballot Form
Please remember to mail your ballot early to make sure it reaches us in time to be counted. Ballot envelopes must be postmarked by June 6, 2016. To check the status of your Vote By Mail ballot to see if we have received it after you mail it, call us at 530-283-6256 or 1-844-676-VOTE toll free.
TDD/TTY-call 711. Or go to Some voters with disabilities may not be able to use a vote by mail ballot and may come to the Courthouse and vote in person. The Courthouse is an accessible voting place. Voters will be able to vote privately and independently using an accessible voting system. Voters with special visual needs may hear the ballot and vote. Please allow approximately one hour to hear your ballot.
Federal Communications Commission or deaf and disabled telecommunications program
California Secretary of State Voters with Disabilities Information
Give us a call at 530-283-6256 or 844-676-VOTE if you have any questions.
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PLUMAS COUNTY VOTER INFORMATION GUIDES INCLUDING LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL CANDIDATES, AVAILABLE IN PLAIN TEXT:
Supervisor District 1 Candidates: VOTER INFORMATION GUIDE
Supervisor District 2 Candidates: VOTER INFORMATION GUIDE
Supervisor District 4 Candidates: VOTER INFORMATION GUIDE
California Democratic Party endorsement correction information: Candidate endorsement information provided by the California Democratic Party was changed after voter information guides were prepared. See changed information on the second page. here
CALIFORNIA SECRETARY OF STATE VOTER INFORMATION GUIDE
Do you want to vote for President in the June 7, 2016 Primary?
All voters can vote in a Primary Election. Voting for President depends on the party you are registered with. California does not allow voters to claim an "independent" status when registering to vote. No Party Preference voters are not independent voters and cannot vote for any candidate for President in the Primary election.
No Party Preference Voters - click here for Cross Party Ballot Application Form.
The Presidential Primary Election is the most confusing election for voters when it comes to who you can vote for.
Here are some frequently asked questions:
If I selected No Party Preference when I registered to vote, can I vote for anyone in a Primary Election?
No. If you do not select a party preference, you will receive a ballot without party nominated office candidates (such as President) unless you request a ballot for one of the three political parties that are allowing No Party Preference voters to request their ballot. Those are the Democratic party, the Libertarian party and the American Independent party. The Republican party is not allowing crossover voting.
Can I re-register to vote for any party?
The deadline to change your party is May 23, 2016.
If I selected the American Independent Party when I registered to vote, can I vote for any party candidate as an independent in the Primary Election?
No. The American Independent Party is a political party and you will receive a ballot with only American Independent Party candidates listed on it for the office of President.
Is there any way I can register to vote and be able to vote for any Presidential candidate in any party I want in the Primary Election?
No. You can vote for any party candidate in the General Election in November, but the Primary Election is to narrow down the list of candidates. The top two vote getters will move on from the Primary Election to the General Election.
For additional information, see the California Secretary of State's website: Cross Party Voting
Call us if you need help at 530-283-6256 or 1-844-676-VOTE.
There are six Political Parties in California. Would you like to know more about each one of them?Visit
to learn information about each party. Political Party Statements of Purpose
Republican Democratic American Independent Libertarian Green Peace & Freedom
California online Voter Registration www.registertovote.ca.gov
Military and Overseas Voters Get a Information Federal Postcard Registration Form here
Plumas County Political Party Voter Registration Numbers registration statistics
If you have specific questions pertaining to Elections, Vote by Mail ballots or Registering to Vote, please contact:
Marcy DeMartile Email Marcy 530-283-6129Lori Bailey
Email Lori 530-283-6256
TOLL FREE 1-844-676-VOTE
Plumas County Elections Division
520 Main Street Room 102, Courthouse
Quincy CA 95971
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (excluding holidays) Mission Statement
The Plumas County Clerk-Recorder;
Promotes public confidence by providing the very highest level of courteous efficient service.
Achieves open communication through teamwork and the spirit of goodwill.
Provides ethical performance while maintaining and preserving the public’s records in a secure and easily accessible environment.
Ensures integrity in the administration of fair and impartial elections.