Voter Information
Dates and deadlines
  • Tuesday, March 29: First day auditor's office can accept requests for mailed absentee ballots, 70 days before election day.
  • Wednesday, May 18: First day absentee ballots can be mailed and first day in person early voting is allowed by state law.
  • Monday, May 23: Voter pre-registration deadline and deadline to request mailed ballot, 5 PM. In person early voting and election day registration are still available after this deadline.
  • Monday, May 30: Memorial Day, office closed.
  • Saturday, June 4: Auditor's Office open for early voting (required by law). Hours to be announced.
  • Monday, June 6: Last day for in person early voting at auditor's office
  • Tuesday, June 7: Election Day. Polls open 7 AM to 8 PM. Vote at regular polling places. All domestic mailed absentee ballots must arrive at auditor's office before the polls close at 8 PM in order to be counted.
Early Voting

Dates and deadlines:
  • Tuesday, March 29: First day auditor's office can accept requests for mailed absentee ballots, 70 days before election day.
  • Thursday, April 21: Deadline to petition for satellite site, 5 PM. Petitions require 100 signatures of eligible electors. Contact our office for more information about this new process.
  • Wednesday, May 18: First day absentee ballots can be mailed and first day in person early voting is allowed by state law.
  • Monday, May 23: Voter pre-registration deadline and deadline to request mailed ballot, 5 PM. In person early voting and election day registration are still available after this deadline.
  • Saturday, June 4: Auditor's Office open for early voting (required by law). Hours to be announced.
  • Monday, June 6: Last day for in person early voting at auditor's office
Polling Places
Polls open 7 AM to 8 PM. The list of polling places is not yet available, since voting will be in new precincts effective January 15, 2022.

More information on reprecincting
Candidate Information
Dates and Deadlines
February 28 through March 18: Filing period for federal and state candidates. File with Secretary of State.

March 7 through 25: Filing deadline for county candidates. File with Auditor's Office.

 
Nomination Papers and Candidate Guides

Note: the requirement that each petition page include the name and contact information of the person collecting signatures has been repealed.

Offices To Appear On Ballot
Federal Offices

U.S. Senator, six year term

U.S. Representative, 1st District, two year term

Statewide Offices

All terms four years.

Governor

Secretary of State

Auditor of State

Treasurer of State

Secretary of Agriculture

Attorney General

State Senators

Districts 37, 39, 43 - four year terms

District 46 - may be on ballot for a two year term due to two incumbent senators living in the district following redistricting. Whether this district will be on the 2022 ballot or not depends on the decisions of the two incumbents, and the final determination will be made by February 16, 2022.

State Representatives

Districts 85, 86, 89, 90, 91, 92 - two year terms.

County Offices

All terms four years.

Board of Supervisors - two seats.

County Attorney

County Recorder

County Treasurer