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Voter registration information for Bear Fire victims

The Butte County Registrar of Voters wants to help people who have been impacted by the Bear Fire.

Posted: Sep 15, 2020 2:00 PM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The Butte County Clerk-Recorder for the Registrar of Voters, Candace J. Grubbs, wants to help people who have been impacted by the Bear Fire.

Grubbs is reminding residents that when voting, your residence address determines the contests that appear on your official ballot. Your mailing address is where the office will send your voting materials. It is important to remember, election mail cannot be forwarded to you, it is returned back to the Registrar of Voters.

The office is advising those who plan to return and rebuild on your property or if you have not yet made a decision, contact their office with a new mailing address to receive your election mail.

There are three options that individuals impacted by the Bear Fire in Butte County can refer to.

  • Voters who plan to rebuild and returned to the affected address.

In this case, you can call, visit the clerk's office in-person, e-mail, or mail your mailing address to continue to receive election mail.

  • Voters who do not plan to return to the affected address.

In this case, you can call, visit the clerk's office in-person or re-register online to change your address.

  • Voters who have not decided on whether to return or move.

In this case, the office asks you to contact them with a change of address or re-register online.

Office number: 530 552-3400 (option 1) or toll-free within Butte County: 800 894-7761.

For in-person visits: 155 Nelson Avenue, Oroville (County Clerk-Recorders Hall of Records). E-mail: elections@buttecounty.net
Mail: 155 Nelson Avenue, Oroville, CA 95965-3411

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