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Civic Engagement: Upcoming Election Information - Voting, registration & more!

July 27, 2020

At their meeting on June 15, the City Council reviewed suggested ideas for City action to address racial inequities in the community. A recommendation listed in the Staff Report included:

"Create pathways to civic engagement that make it clear BIPOC are welcome to participate and lead in local government."


Update: 

The election is less than 100 days away! Are you registered to vote? Would you like to apply for vote-by-mail ballot? How about volunteering as a poll worker? Check out the links below to participate and get involved in local elections.

Register to vote here.

Check your voter registration.

Find your polling place.

Request a vote-by-mail ballot

Take Action:

Register voters

Become a poll worker

Students!

  • High School Elections Ambassador Program - Check out the County of Marin High School Elections Ambassador Program. Students who participate will serve as a crucial link between the Elections Department and their peers. Learn more.
  •  It's not too early to register to vote! Online pre-registration for 16 & 17 year olds.

Questions? Contact the County of Marin Elections Department