CALIFORNIA—Monday is the first day that Californian’s are allowed to vote by mail if you have a ballot.
Shasta County election officials say your ballots should arrive before next week.
Butte County election officials say the ballots will arrive the week of May 14th.
Registrar of Voters Candace Grubbs adds that if you vote at the polls and wish to vote early you can go to the elections office during regular business hours and pick up a ballot.
You can pick one up at the Hall of Records in Oroville if you are in Butte County.
The last day to vote is Election Day, June 5th.
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