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Elections

March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary


Below is important information for the March, 2020 Presidential Primary election. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Election Department at (530) 621-7480.



(Updated 3/20/20 3:45PM)
* - The election has been certified (3/20/20)


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Information

Candidates

Petition Forms


 

Measures


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Measure A


El Dorado Unified High School District


“To improve student safety and campus security systems; repair aging roofs/plumbing/electrical systems; and upgrade/acquire/construct classrooms, science labs and career training facilities that support college/career readiness in math, science, technology, arts and skilled trades, shall the El Dorado Union High School District measure authorizing $120,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, be adopted, levying approximately $16 per $100,000 assessed valuation ($8,000,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding, with citizen oversight, annual independent audits and all money spent locally?”


​Measure B


Lake Valley Fire Protection District


“Shall a special tax measure be levied annually until ended by voters, for the purpose of funding the purchasing, maintaining, replacing or leasing of fire engines, vehicles, equipment and supplies, at an annual special tax rate of $52 per parcel per year with an estimated total annual revenue of $432,900, in order to continue providing adequate fire protection, suppression, emergency medical services, and requiring independent citizen oversight, be adopted?”

Measure C


Kelsey Cemetery District

​“Shall the Kelsey Cemetery District levy a special tax for the purpose of providing needed Kelsey Pioneer Cemetery building, road, grounds and record keeping improvements, and increased maintenance at an annual rate not to exceed $8.00 per District parcel per year with total annual revenue raised to be $7,640, and remaining in effect for 10 years be adopted?”

​Measure E


Los Rios Community College District

​“Without increasing future tax rates, shall the measure to repair classrooms, facilities and labs at American River, Cosumnes River, El Dorado, Folsom Lake and Sacramento City campuses for job training, nursing/ healthcare, engineering/ science and fire/ police programs, by Los Rios Community College District to authorize $650 million of bonds be adopted with legal rates, raising an average $52 million per year until repaid, an average tax levy less than $0.02 per $100 assessed valuation, annual audits and taxpayer oversight?”

​Measure G


Rescue Union School District

​“To improve Rescue Union Schools; repair or replace leaky roofs; construct and modernize facilities; update inadequate electrical systems; and make health and safety improvements; shall Rescue Union School District’s measure be adopted authorizing $75,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, generating approximately $3.9 million annually for issued bonds through maturity at a rate of approximately three cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, citizens’ oversight, no money for salaries and all money for local schools?”

​Measure H


Black Oak Mine Union School District

​“To improve the quality of education facilities; upgrade classrooms, restrooms and schools; repair/replace roofs; and renovate electrical/plumbing/sewer systems; shall Black Oak Mine Unified School District’s measure be adopted authorizing the issuance of $29,868,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, generating on average $1,653,000 annually as long as bonds are outstanding at a rate of approximately 4.9 cents per $100 assessed value, with audits, independent citizen’ oversight committee, no money for salaries, and all money on local projects?”

​Measure J


Gilmore Vista County Service Area

​“Shall the measure providing for an annual special tax of $270.00 on each improved parcel of land and $120.00 on each unimproved parcel of land for an unlimited duration be levied within the Gilmore Vista Road Zone of Benefit, to replace the existing benefit assessments of $170.00 and $70.00, respectively, to be used only for snow removal, road improvements, and maintenance services and generating annual revenue of $11,550.00, commencing fiscal year 2020/2021, be adopted?”


​Measure K


Fernwood Cothrin Ranch County Service Area

​“Shall the measure providing for an annual special tax of $450.00 on each parcel of land for an unlimited duration be levied within the Fernwood Cothrin Ranch Road Zone of Benefit, to replace the existing special tax of $150.00, to be used only for road improvements and maintenance services and generating annual revenue of $118,800.00, commencing fiscal year 2020/2021, be adopted?”

​Measure L


Lynx Trail County Service Area

“Shall the measure providing for an annual special tax of $500.00 on each parcel of real property for an unlimited duration be levied within the Lynx Trail Road Zone of Benefit, which would be an increase to the current special tax of $300.00 per year, to be used only for road improvements, and maintenance services and generating annual revenue of $37,500.00, commencing fiscal year 2020/2021, be adopted?”

​Measure M


Snow Removal Zone South Lake Tahoe County Service Area

“Shall the measure providing for an annual special tax of $80.00 for twenty years’ duration on improved parcels of land within the South Shore Snow removal Zone of benefit, and replacing the current benefit assessment of $20.00 per parcel, to be used exclusively for acquisition of snow removal equipment to improve public safety, not salaries and benefits, and subject to annual oversight, which will generate annual revenue of $536,720.00 commencing fiscal year 2020/2021, be adopted?”



 

No Party Preference (NPP) Crossover Card


The Elections Department sent voters a notification card if they were registered as No Party Preference allowing them to request a crossover ballot for the March 3rd Primary Election. The parties that allow No Party Preference voters to receive a crossover ballot are the American Independent Party, Democratic Party and the Libertarian Party. If a No Party Preference voter wants to receive a party ballot that is different from these three they will need to reregister with that particular party. 



​Public Notice

County Randomized Alphabet Drawing


The Registrar of Voters will conduct a drawing of the letters of the alphabet on:

Date: December 12, 2019
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: County of El Dorado Elections Department
2850 Fairlane Court, Placerville, CA 95667

Pursuant to Elections Code § 13111(i) the resulting order of letters constitutes the alphabet to be used for determining the order of State Senate and State Assembly candidates appearing on the county’s ballot for the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election. The order of the random alphabet applies throughout the whole name, not just the first letter.

The public is invited to observe the drawing.                                   (View PDF Flier)




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