Elections Information

  1. 2017 election calendar

  2. Ballot Issues

    In addition to candidates seeking to be nominated or elected for a variety of offices, there are often measures on the ballot. Some are local issues and others are state.

  3. Political Parties

    Find information about area political parties and their local headquarters.

  4. Why election information is in English and Spanish

    In 1965, Congress passed the Voting Rights Act (VRA) to break down barriers to voting. In order for minority language groups to be included and to effectively participate in the electoral process, the VRA requires certain states and counties to conduct elections in the languages protected by the VRA.

  5. Public Disclosure Commission

    In 1972, I-276 was adopted which gave the public the right to know the financial affairs of candidates and elected officials in order to gauge whether a conflict may exist with government duties.

  6. Public Information Requests

    Learn how to purchase voter data from the Auditor's Office.

  7. Voter Outreach

    Learn how to help encourage civic engagement in the community.