June 12, 2018
State Primary Election & Special Referendum
School Budget Validation Referendum
Notice of Election
School Budget Validation Notice of Amounts Adopted
State Primary Notice of Candidate Withdrawals, Disqualifications and Declared Write-Ins
Sample ballots are available at the City Clerk's office and online here.
Citizen's Guide to the State Referendum
All polling locations will open at 7:00am on June 12 and close at 8:00pm. Find your polling location here.
Absentee ballots may be requested until June 7 (without special circumstances) and must be returned to the City Clerk's office by 8:00pm on June 12.
How many ballots will I get?
If enrolled in a party (Republican or Democratic), voters will receive their party's candidate ballot for the Primary election, along with the State Referendum and School Budget Referendum ballot. The Primary candidate ballot has TWO SIDES - one side contains candidates that may be voted via Ranked-choice, if you choose to do so. Please ensure you look at both sides of your ballot. Once your ballot is cast or returned to the Clerk's Office, a new ballot cannot be issued.
If Unenrolled (or a member of a party that does not have any candidates) then voters will only receive the State Referendum ballot and School Budget Referendum ballot.
17 year olds who are going to be 18 by the General Election may participate in the Primary election only, if enrolled in a party. 17 year olds will not receive the State Referendum or School Budget ballot.