Madera County is the only one in the region using the Voter’s Choice Act – all registered voteres received their ballot by mail for the Tuesday, June 5 election.
The ballot includes county (notably, races for district attorney and supervisor), federal and state offices and state propositions.
Vote Centers are open in Oakhurst and Madera through Election Day, the Madera County elections office reminds. In Oakhurst, the Vote Center is on the Oakhurst Community College Center campus, 40241 Highway 41. In Madera, it’s at the county government center, 200 W. 4th Street. Both Vote Centers are open daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Monday, June 4. On Election Day, the Vote Centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
On Saturday, June 2, more Vote Centers open including one at Oak Creek Senior Living Community Clubhouse, 46041 Road 415 in Coarsegold.
Voters can drop off their ballot at the Post Office (proper postage required), any Ballot Drop Box (no postage required) or at any Vote Center – or you can vote in person at the Vote Center if you do not want to vote the ballot that was mailed to you.