How to Vote in this Election

Though this is a primary, this election will determine your next Shasta County District 4 Supervisor. For county races, if someone gets over 50% of the vote in the primary, there is no general election. Since only 2 candidates are running, one of us will get over 50%.

There are 4 ways to vote in this election, according to the Shasta County Clerk’s Office:

  1. In person at the elections office:  You may vote in person at the Elections Office (1643 Market Street, Redding)
    • Monday – Friday, February 5th – March 5th from 8am – 5pm
    • Saturday, March 2nd from 9am – 3pm
    • Tuesday, March 5th, Election Day from 7am – 8pm
  2. In person at a polling place: Polling places are open from 7am – 8pm on Election

    • Bring your ballot from home or ask a poll worker for a ballot.
    • You can find your polling location at this County website.
  3. By mail: You can drop your ballot envelope into any USPS mail

    • If mailed, your ballot must be postmarked by March 5th. A postmark indicates the date and location the Postal Service accepted custody of a piece of mail. If you need to obtain a postmark on Election Day, you must visit a post office in person during their operating hours.
    • The County must receive all postmarked ballot envelopes by March 12th.
  4. By drop box: Official Shasta County Elections Office Drop Boxes are open February 5th – March 5th. Drop boxes are emptied regularly by election staff.

You can read the County Clerk’s FAQs here.

Staffed Drop Box Locations: 

The following drop boxes are available during the location’s normal business hours from February 5th through March 5th. On Election Day, the staffed drop box will close when the business closes or 8pm if the business is open after the polls close.

24 Hour Drop Box Locations:

The following drop boxes are open 24 hours a day starting February 5th until 8pm on Election Day. These boxes are checked every 24-72 hours.