BUTTE COUNTY, Calif.—The Butte County Clerk-Recorder’s Office is open for early voting ahead of the June 5th primary.
The Clerk-Recorder’s Office is open Friday, Saturday, and Monday for early voting.
On Saturday the office will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Monday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
18,300 completed ballots were returned to the office, and 84,000 ballots were issued out to vote by mail voters.
Mail in ballots should be postmarked by Election Day, but the office encourages voters to send the ballots in as soon as possible.
Candace Grubbs from the Butte County Clerk’s Office said, “People think why is this election important? It is important. Measures on the ballot, but also you are voting for local people, that is on the ballot. Supervisor candidates, other candidates that are important so turn out and vote.”
If you would like to vote in-person early, the Clerk-Recorder Office is the only place you can do so.
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