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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


The City of Mill Valley promotes opportunities for civic engagement and activities that inspire action towards eliminating racial disparities, both inside government and in the community. Learn more about the City of Mill Valley's Diversity, Inclusion and Equity initiatives here.