Military and Overseas Voters     
     

 

If you are a United States citizen living overseas or if you are in the Military, there are several different ways you can request, receive and return your ballot.

 
Register to vote


Visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program to register online.

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Visit the California Secretary of State website to register online.


Receiving your ballot

As a Military or overseas voter, you can receive your ballot by mail, fax or email. If you do not receive your ballot by 45 days prior to an election, please contact our office to make sure that we have your current information.

If we have not received your voter registration, you may need to complete a Federal Post Card Registration and Absentee Ballot Request or FPCA.

View the Federal Post Card Registration and Absentee Ballot Request (FPCA) form.

Click here to find out what's on your ballot.

 

Returning your ballot

1. Mark your ballot

    • Mark your ballot using a dark ballpoint pen.
    • To vote for a candidate darken the oval completely.  Make no other marks.
    • To vote on any measure, darken the oval completely next to your choice.
    • If you make a mistake, you can request a replacement ballot by contacting our office.


2.  Review your ballot

    • If you vote for more candidates than allowed or if you vote both Yes and No on a measure, your vote will not count for that candidate or measure.
    • You do not have to vote on all contests. Those you do vote on will still count.
    • Check both sides of the ballot for voting contests.


3.  Options for returning your ballot

  • Mail your ballot
  1. Place your ballot in the return envelope provided and seal the envelope.
  2. Complete the information on the back of the envelope. This includes your physical address (not a PO Box) and signature.
  3. Important! Sign the return envelope or your ballot cannot be counted.
  4. If you choose to mail your ballot, please check with the local post office to ensure your ballot will reach the elections office in time for it to be counted.

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  • Fax your ballot
  1. If you choose to fax your ballot, you must also fax an Oath of Voter cover sheet. 
  2. Fax number for voted ballots: 209-754-6733.

Important! If you choose to mail your ballot, please check with the local post office to ensure your ballot will reach the elections office in time for it to be counted.

Click here for additional information, if you have any questions please contact us.


Check to see if the elections office has received your ballot

 

 
For more information about voting in the Military or when living overseas:

Visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program website to start the overseas voting process.

Tips and Important information for Military and Overseas Voters.


Contact Information

Mailing:
Rebecca Turner, Clerk - Recorder        
891 Mountain Ranch Road
San Andreas, CA 95249

Office Hours:
8:00a - 4:00p                
Monday thru Friday

Phone Hours:   
8:00a - 4:00p               
Monday thru Friday


Phone Numbers:

Elections (209)754-6376


Email Planning Department Email Elections


Secretary of State - Register to Vote

 

Secretario de Estado - Registrarse para votar

 

 PhoneClerk Recorder Website

Elections Links

Calaveras County Election Results

Disclaimer: The information contained in these pages was valid at the time of publication. The County Clerk / Recorder / Registrar of Voters reserves the right to modify, update, change or make improvements at any time, without notice, and assumes no liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions or discrepancies.