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20 percent of Plumas ballots cast as of May 31

Plumas County Clerk Recorder Marcy DeMartile reported that as of this afternoon, May 31, 20 percent of ballots have been cast.

She reminds voters that if they have not received their ballot and are currently registered to vote, they should contact her office at [email protected] or 530-283-6256.  The last day ballots can be mailed out is today – Tuesday, May 31. She said voters should not wait until Election Day, June 7, if they have not received their ballot.  Contact the office either by phone or by email as soon as possible, or go directly to the office at Room 102 in the county courthouse in Quincy. There are currently no covid-related conditions for entering the courthouse.

Also, voters do not have to wait until election day to return their ballot. Ballots can be returned through the mail without postage to the voter; or returned in the secured ballot return box located outside of the courthouse; or brought into the Elections office in Room 102.

It is required that your signature and physical address be on the blue ballot return envelope.  If that information is not included, it will delay the processing of the returned ballot.  Elections officials check and verify every envelope returned to the office, and if that information is missing,  additional processes are used to contact the voters.

The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on regular business days, and 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on June 7 – Election Day.


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