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Elections official shares important voting info

Plumas County Clerk Recorder Marcy DeMartile, who is also the county’s chief elections officials, shares the following important information regarding the June 7 Primary:

If you have not received your ballot for the June 7, 2022 Primary Election, please contact the Elections office by calling 530-283-6256 or by email at [email protected] and the office can assist you in the process to get your ballot.  You should not wait nor do you have to wait until Election Day to contact the office.

If you have changed your physical and/or mailing address you would also need to contact the office.  It is very important to know that election materials, including ballots, are not forwarded through the mail to a new address, they are returned to Elections office.

In addition, those residents affected by the Dixie Fire should contact the Elections office if you have not updated your address previously in order to receive your election materials.

The Official Ballot Drop box located outside of the courthouse is open 24 hours a day for your convenience and will remain available for ballot return until 8 p.m. on Election night.   You can also bring the ballot directly into the office located in Room 102 of the Courthouse.  In addition, you can return your ballot through the mail as it is postage paid for return.  You do not have to put a stamp on the envelope.

Please remember to follow all instructions on the blue ballot return envelope in order for it to be processed.  This includes your own signature and your residence address – not your post office box or mailing address.

If you have any questions please contact the Elections Division at (530) 283-6256.

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