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November 3, 2020 Presidential General

Offices on the Ballot

Federal/State - Voter Nominated Offices:

  • U.S. Representative (4th District)

County - Nonpartisan Offices:

  • There are no County Offices on the Ballot 

List of Qualified Candidates

Candidates on the Ballot

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Measures on the Ballot

County of Calaveras

Measure G

  • For general revenue purposes, including the improvement of essential County services such as road maintenance, crime prevention, and environmental regulation, shall the measure establishing maximum cannabis activities tax rates not to exceed $7.00 per square-foot for cultivation canopy area and 8% of gross receipts for all other cannabis activities, in unincorporated Calaveras County, generating an estimated $1.5 - $3,000,000 annually, with all funds used locally and annual audits, unless/until repealed, be adopted?

Yes                      No


Calaveras Unified School District

Measure H

  • Under a no-tax-rate-increase financing plan, shall the Calaveras Unified School District measure to renovate and improve aging classrooms and schools, including: career technical education facilities, heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electrical systems, and access to modern technology, authorizing $32,800,000 in bonds, be adopted, with legal rates, estimated levy averaging less than 4 cents per $100 of assessed value ($1.8 million annually) through 2050, citizen oversight, annual audits, and no funds spent on administrator salaries?

Bond Yes                     Bond No


Vallecito Unified School District

Measure I

  • Under a no-tax-rate-increase-financing-plan, shall Vallecito Union School District's measure to remove asbestos from school buildings, repair dry rot damage, and renovate the track and field at Avery Middle School by authorizing $2. 8 million in bonds be adopted with an estimated levy for these bonds of less than one cent per $100 of assessed valuation averaging $252,000 raised per year anticipated through 2036, at legal rates, with annual audits and independent citizen oversight?

​Bond Yes                     Bond No

Fair Political Practices Commission

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