The California Presidential Primary Election is Tuesday, June 7. Here’s what Sacramento County voters need to know:
Vote by Mail Voters
Sacramento County’s Vote by Mail ballots can be dropped off at any polling place in Sacramento County
, Vote by Mail Drop Off Sites
or at the County’s Voter Registration and Elections office (7000 65th Street, Suite A) by 8 p.m. on Election Day or postmarked by any federal or commercial mail carrier and received by Friday.
Don’t forget to sign the back of your ballot envelope.
Sample Ballot Booklet
No Party Preference Voters
A No Party Preference voter (NPP) will receive a non-partisan ballot, which will have no presidential candidates listed. However, upon request, an NPP voter can instead vote the presidential ballot of the following parties:
American Independent Party
The NPP voter may ask their county elections office or poll worker, at their polling place, for a ballot for one of the above three parties. An NPP voter may not request more than one party's ballot.
The following three parties notified the Secretary of State that they have chosen not to allow NPP voters to request their party’s presidential ballot participate in their presidential primary election:
Peace & Freedom
Election Night Results