Voters living in areas with fewer than 250 voters are designated Vote By Mail Precincts. All Plumas County voters will now Vote By Mail. If you have not received your Vote By Mail ballot 14 days before any scheduled election, call the Elections Division at (530) 283-6256 or 1-844-676-VOTE to resolve any address corrections that may be needed.
Postage has been pre-paid for you for the return of your Vote by Mail ballot. The signature of the voter and the residence address are required on the Voter Identification envelope in order for your vote to be counted. Every voter must sign their own ID envelope. Signatures are verified against the voter registration card you signed when you registered to vote.
Be among the first group to have your ballot counted by mailing in your Vote by Mail ballot EARLY!
Due to security measures at the Courthouse, voters delivering their Vote by Mail ballots will be required to pass through a security checkpoint and metal detector at the entrance. For your convenience, we have located a Ballot Return Box for you to drop your signed and sealed Vote By Mail ballot ID envelope containing your voted ballot just outside the main entrance eliminating the requirement to pass through the security checkpoint.