Voters Choice Act - The Future of Voting
Starting in March 2020, you have 3 choices for how to vote.
Vote by mail- You can mail your ballot as soon as you receive it (no postage necessary)
Drop Box- You can drop off your ballot at any secure Drop Box (locally it will be at the Kingsburg Historic Train Depot)
Vote Center- You can go to any Vote Center in Fresno County to vote in person. Vote Centers will be open for at least 4 days (some for 11) and will be open on the weekends. Locally our Vote Center will be the at the Kingsburg Historic Train Depot at 1465 California St., Kingsburg, Ca 93631 (Draper & California)
At every Fresno County Vote Center you can:
- Register and vote the same day
- Drop off your ballot
- Vote with an accessible voting machine
- Get help and voting materials in multiple languages
Next City Council Election will be November 3, 2020
The next City Council Election will be November 3, 2020. It will be the first District Election for Districts 2 & 3. Currently Mayor Pro Tem Laura North resides in District 2 and Council Member Sherman Dix resides in District 3.
Register to Vote:Online Voter Registration
Military and Overseas Voters Information
Vote by Mail Information
Check Status of Your Voter Registration
For information on elections in your area please visit the Fresno County Clerks Office.
The Elections office is looking for qualified election workers. If you are a registered voter and are looking for an opportunity to serve your community please click here for more information.
Elected Official Information:
President Donald Trump
US State Senator Diane Feinstein
US State Senator Kamala Harris
21st Congressional District TJ Cox
22nd Congressional District Devin Nunes
Governor Gavin Newsom
12th Senatorial District Anna Caballero
31st Assembly District Joaquin Arambula