There are several methods available for those who wish to vote in California’s primary election, held June 7, by mail rather than in person.
Ballots will be automatically mailed May 9 to voters who have “permanent vote by mail status.” Those who don’t have that permanent status, but wish to vote by mail, can use one of these options.
* In writing by: sending in a letter or sample ballot application, fax to (559) 675-7870, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
* By telephone: call the county clerk’s office at (559) 675-7720 or toll free at 1-800-435-0509.
* Online: download an application from votemadera.com and submit it by mail.
* In person: apply at the county clerk’s office, located at 200 W. 4th Street in Madera.