Stanislaus County will begin mailing sample ballots to registered voters on Monday, Registrar of Voters Lee Lundrigan said Friday. She said the county will starting sending permanent vote-by-mail and all-mail precinct ballots on Wednesday.
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 2. Besides facing a wide range of county and local issues, Californians will choose a new governor, consider several propositions and decide a U.S. Senate race.
Citizens 18 and older may continue to register to vote until Oct. 13.
Stanislaus County has 225,414 registered voters.
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Lundrigan encouraged voters with questions to stop by the County Clerk-Recorder/ Elections Office at 1021 “I” Street, Room 101, in downtown Modesto, or to call the office at 209-525-5200, or 525-5230 for assistance in Spanish.