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Monterey will celebrate 250 years all year long in 2020!
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The City Clerk conducts all regular and special elections, including processing and certifying citizen-generated petitions. The Clerk, acting as the Elections Official, is also the point of contact for keeping candidates, the public, and staff informed during the election process.
On August 4, 2020, the Council adopted Resolution No. 20-121 C.S. to place a ballot measure on the November 3, 2020 ballot. The ballot measure will ask the voters:
The following candidates, using the following ballot designations, will be on the ballot for the November 3, 2020 election. The voters of the City of Monterey will elect one Mayor (for a term of two years) and two Councilmembers (for terms of four years). Candidates' optional candidate statements of qualification are available for public examination here, as well as in the glass case outside the Council Chamber, pursuant to Elections Code section 9295.
Access the City of Monterey's Public Portal for Campaign Financial Disclosure for access to campaign finance forms filed by candidates and committees.
The City of Monterey's Campaign Finance Reform regulations are found in Sec. 2-1.05 of the Monterey City Code.
You may register to vote online at the Secretary of State's voter registration website. Paper voter registration forms can be requested by calling Monterey County Elections at (831) 796-1499.
Check your voter registration status online at the Secretary of State's voter registration status website, or by calling Monterey County Elections at (831) 796-1499.
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