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Orange County Registrar of Voters Presidential Election Update

Posted by Newsletter Reprint on August 27, 2012

This came over the wire from the Registrar of Voters on Friday…

Increase in Candidates

More Candidates Than Four Years Ago

Our planning is in full swing for the upcoming Presidential Election. We will have 455 candidates on the ballot (317 school, special districts and 246 city candidates). This is an increase of 25 since November 2008.

Neal Kelley
Registrar of Voters

Drive Thru Operations

We are currently planning to offer many services for voters in our parking lot in Santa Ana close to the election. This will allow voters to register, vote, drop off vote-by-mail ballots and more.

City Candidate Info

We have been posting city candidate information online once we receive it from the cities. We should have a complete city candidate log online early next week, which will display all candidates in all city contests.

Verizon Wireless Concert Tonight

Summer Concert Series Continues

We have a full calendar of events through the November election. We register voters and recruit poll workers during these events. Tonight look for us at the 311 concert at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine.

Poll Workers 1,421  | VBMs Mailed: 0  | VBMs Returned: 0

Early Voting Returning to Orange County in October

We will be offering early voting again for the Presidential Election here in Orange County. These polling places will operate in 12 locations throughout the county. Voters will be able to cast their ballot early and avoid any crowds on Election Day. We will be announcing these locations shortly.

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