California votes: Primary election held from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today; find your polling place
June 4, 2018
Voting centers will open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. Registered voters who do not have a ballot and want to vote on Election Day should visit their precinct-specific polling location. Click here to enter your address and find your polling place. Polling locations are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The seven vote centers, where any registered voter can cast a ballot in Nevada County, include: the county elections office, 950 Maidu Ave., Suite 210, Nevada City; Gold Miners Inn, Room E, 121 Bank St., and the Best Western Gold County Inn, Conference Center, Gold 1, 1012 Sutton Way, both in Grass Valley; the Penn Valley Fire Protection District, Station 43, 10513 Spenceville Road; the Higgins Lions Community Center, 22490 E. Hacienda Drive, in South County; Town Hall Truckee Board Chambers, 10183 Truckee Airport Road, and the Family Resource Center, 11695 Donner Pass Road, both in Truckee.
Eligible residents in El Dorado County who wish to vote but failed to register by the deadline can head to either the El Dorado County Recorder Clerk's Office in South Lake Tahoe (3368 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Suite 108) or the county elections department in Placerville (2850 Fairlane Court) and register to vote.
Those who received mail-in ballots and have not mailed them should return them in person. Ballots can be returned at any of the eight polling locations in the South Lake Tahoe area or at the El Dorado County Recorder Clerk's Office in South Lake Tahoe.
South Lake Tahoe polling locations:
California Conservation Corps, 1949 Apache Ave.
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Calvary Chapel, 807 Emerald Bay Road
Lake Tahoe Christian Fellowship, 3580 Blackwood Road
Lake Tahoe Community College Aspen Room, 1 College Drive
Presbyterian Church, 2733 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
Sierra House School, 1709 Remington Trail
South Lake Tahoe Airport, 1901 Airport Road
South Shore Christian Assembly, 886 Glorene Ave.
Auburn City Clerk, 1225 Lincoln Way, Auburn
Kings Beach Library, 301 Secline Street, Kings Beach
Tahoe Administrative Center – Tahoe City, 775 N. Lake Blvd, Tahoe City
The primary election will determine the county's next district attorney and the District 3 seat on the Board of Supervisors.
The sheriff's race, which has three candidates, could advance to the November general election, if no candidate receives over 50 percent of the vote.
Voters statewide will chose which candidates advance to the November general election for offices including governor, lieutenant governor and U.S. senator.
Additionally, voters will cast ballots for statewide offices including governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general.
As of Saturday, 15,596 voters had cast their ballots — 22.8 percent of the county's 68,250 registered voters.
The county on Monday had 24,784 registered Democrats, 23,200 Republicans and 15,925 no party preference voters.
Tahoe Daily Tribune contributed to this report.
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