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County Elections - Registrar of Voters

Terry A. Hansen

915 8th St., Suite 107, Marysville, CA 95901


Phone: (530) 749-7855

Fax: (530) 749-7854


Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. - 5:00  p.m.

June 7, 2016 Consolidated Presidential Primary Election



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Voter Registration

Vote-by-Mail Ballots

Find Your Polling Place

Sample Ballot Book

Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting

Local Candidate Information

Local Measure Information

Be a Poll Worker

How to Vote for President (pdf)



IMPORTANT:  There are 34 candidates for US Senator.  Candidates for this office are listed in TWO columns on your ballot but you may only vote for ONE candidate.



  • Are you registered to vote?  Check your voter registration status here.
  • You must register to vote no later than May 23, 2016 to be eligible to vote in the June 7, 2016 Presidential Primary Election.
  • You can register online at the Secretary of State's website here.

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If you would like to check the status of your returned vote by mail ballot, check here: Vote by Mail Lookup

Not sure if you are already a vote by mail voter? Check Here: Voter Lookup


How to apply for a vote by mail ballot:

  • Complete a Vote by Mail Application and mail it to the Yuba County Elections Office at the address at the top of this page.
  • Submit a letter requesting a ballot. Your request must include your full name and address, the title and date of the election, a mailing address for your ballot and your signature. Mail your letter to the Yuba County Elections Office at the address at the top of this page.
  • Call Yuba County Elections at (530) 749-7855.  You will be asked to verify your identity and you may only request your ballot and only for this election.

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Find your Yuba County Polling Place here.



You can access your sample ballot booklet online at myvoteinfo or you can view an accessible sample ballot


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Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA)

If you are eligible to vote in California, you can qualify as a "military or overseas voter" if you are absent from the county in which you are eligible to vote and you are:

  • A member of the active or reserve components of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard; a Merchant Marine; a member of the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps; a member of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Corps of the United States; or a member on activated status of the National Guard or state militia;
  • A spouse or dependent of a person described above; or
  • A U.S. citizen living outside of the territorial limits of the U.S. or D.C.


How to Become a Military or Overseas Voter

Frequently Asked Questions - Military and Overseas Voter Information

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Yuba County Supervisor, 2nd District

Mike Leahy

John Nicoletti*


Yuba County Supervisor, 3rd District

Doug Lofton

Mary Jane Griego*


Yuba County Supervisor - 4th District

Gary Bradford

Josh Trudell

Roger Abe*

James "Jay" Pendergraph


Yuba County Water Agency, North Division

Thomas "Tib" Belza*

Charlie Mathews


US Representative, District 3

Ryan Detert

N. Eugene Cleek

John Garamendi


State Assembly, District 3

James Gallagher

Edward Ritchie


* - Incumbent


The following candidates will be appointed in lieu of election and will not appear on the June 7, 2016 ballot.

Democratic Central Committee

Christina Billeci

G. Michael Paine


Republican Central Committee

Joe Hendrix

Stephen Heter

Michele Perrault

Clarence "Buck" Weckman


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Measure A - The Yuba County Medical Marijuana Cultivation Act of 2015


Measure B - The Patients Access to Regulated Medical Cannabis Act of 2015


Measure C - City of Marysville Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance

  • Ballot Question: Shall the City of Marysville enact a 1% sales tax (Transactions and Use Tax) for general municipal purposes, such as fire safety, police protection and emergency response services, traffic safety, streets and sidewalks repair, park improvements and maintenance, reducing debt and rebuilding financial reserves, with the following restrictions? This tax shall expire after ten years, on October 31, 2026. Annually, the City shall publish a report of how much tax revenue was received and how that money was used.
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  • No arguments filed

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Clerk-Recorder • 915 8th. St., Suite 107, Marysville, CA 95901 • (530) 749-7855 • Fax: (530) 749-7854


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