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Only 34 percent of Plumas ballots returned in recall election thus far

Plumas County currently has a 34 percent turnout for the Sept. 14, Gubernatorial Recall election, County Clerk Marcy DeMartile said this evening, Sept. 2.

If a voter has not already received their ballot and are currently registered in Plumas County, please contact they are asked to call the clerk’s office at (530) 283-6256 or email  [email protected].

Tuesday, Sept. 7, is the last day to mail any ballots out of the office.  As always, a voter can come in and pick up their ballots in Room 102 of the Courthouse.

The election’s office is open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and do not close during the lunch hour.  To enter the courthouse, everyone is required to go through security and wear a mask due to Department of Public Health guidelines.  The office will be open on Election Day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

It is important to remember to sign your Ballot Return Envelope and provide your Plumas County physical address where indicated prior to sealing the ballot in the envelope.

All ballots can be returned by depositing it into the locked Ballot Return Box located in front of the courthouse, bring it into the office located in Room 102, or it can be put into the mail.  It must be postmarked by Sept. 14.  No postage is required.

Conditional voter registration is available for those voters that missed the registration deadline of Aug. 30.





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