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Upcoming Election!

Return your ballot by March 5th, 2024.

Ballots will be mailed to all voters starting February 5, 2024. They can be returned by mail or by delivering them to an in-person voting location or ballot box. 

Click here to check where you are registered to vote.

If you do not receive your ballot, or have questions, contact the Santa Cruz Elections Department by visiting votescount.santacruzcountyca.gov

In Person Voting

Any voter can go to any location. 

In Person Voting Services Include:

Obtaining a replacement ballot - you do not need to bring in the ballot we mailed you. Previously issued ballots can be voided when you go in to vote.
Voting and turning in the ballot mailed to you. 

Using the Tablet to vote on an accessible ballot or a ballot in Spanish.

Registering and voting on the same day.
 

All locations will adhere to public safety protocols including wearing masks, disinfecting services, using hand sanitizer, keeping physical distances, and washing hands frequently. Clear guard protections will also be provided to separate people.

In-Person Voting and Ballot Drop Off Locations

Although you can go to any location in the county, in the 5th District, there will be in-person voting locations in Boulder Creek, Felton, and Scotts Valley March 2 through March 5th. Click the link above for a detailed list of locations.

Endorsements

*Monica Martinez

for County Supervisor, 5th District

*YES on County Measure K
County of Santa Cruz Sales and Use Tax

*John Laird for State Senator, 17th District

*Gail Pellerin for Member of State Assembly, 28th District

Joseph R. Biden Jr.
for President of the United States

Jimmy Panetta
for United States Representative, 19th District

YES on State Proposition 1
Treatment, Not Tents

*These candidates were endorsed by the Democratic Club of North Santa Cruz County and the California Democratic Party. All candidates were endorsed by the California Democratic Party.

Democratic Central Committee Candidates

The Democratic Club of North Santa Cruz County chose not to weigh in on who voters should support for the Santa Cruz Democratic Central Committee but you may find additional information on the candidates here.
 

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