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November 6, 2018 – Vote Centers are now open in Nevada County. If you prefer to cast your vote in person, bring your vote by mail ballot to any of the 8 vote centers and exchange it for an election day ballot.
Or, deposit your voted ballot at any of the drop-off locations throughout Nevada County. The full list of Vote Centers and Drop-off locations is here.
If you mailed your ballot, check if it has been received here.
Eligible citizens who missed the October 22 deadline to register to vote can go to the elections office or a vote center to register and vote conditionally. Their ballots will be processed once the elections office has completed the voter registration verification process.
Nevada County election stats
Number of registered voters: 69, 087
- Democrats: 24,996
- Republicans: 22,795
- No Party Preference: 17,003
- American Independent: 2,446
- Libertarian: 865
- Green: 791
- Peace&Freedom: 191
Voted ballots returned as of Nov. 5, 2018: 33,224
Voted ballots scanned as of Nov. 5, 2018: 23,600
All votes will be tabulated after the close of polls on Tuesday.