Vote in the Recall Election now through September 14

What is on the ballot? 

There are two questions on the ballot. Vote for one or both. 

  1. Do you want to recall the governor (remove him from office)? 
  2. If the governor is recalled, who do you want to replace him? 

If more than 50% of voters say “no” to the first question, the governor remains in office. If more than 50% of voters say “yes” to the first question, the person who gets the most votes on the second question becomes governor. 

How do I cast my ballot?

All active registered voters received a ballot in the mail. There are 3 ways cast your ballot.  

  1. Vote by mail. Postmark no later than Sept. 14!
  1. Drop off your ballot now until election day at the Civic Center or at your polling place on September 14.
  2. Vote in person at your polling place on September 14. Check the back of your voter information guide for locations or visit marinvotes.org 

If you are a US Citizen and 18 years or older you can register to vote in the next election.

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