h1

Ventura Voter Info 2013

October 31, 2013

Ventura Voter Info 2013

The General Election 2013 in Ventura County takes place Nov 5th. Find out where to vote and even if you are registered to vote on Election Day.American citizens help shape how our country is run by electing officials we believe represent our best interests in the government.  On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, registered Ventura County voters will be casting their ballots in the General Election to fill positions on three different school districts and several special district seats.  If you are uncertain about where to vote, polling hours, sample ballots, voter registration deadlines and other Ventura voter info 2013, you’ll find it below.

Ventura County Votes

The positions being voted on next Tuesday are for:

  • Las Virgenes Unified School District Governing Board Members (3 seats)
  • Oceanview Elementary School District Governing Board Members (3 seats)
  • San Buenaventura City Council Members (4 seats)
  • Saticoy Sanitary District Directors (3 positions)
  • Ventura River County Water District Directors (1 short term, 2 full term)
  • Ventura Unified School District Governing Board Members (3 seats)

Ventura County Voter Registration

Search the MLS for Ventura County homes for saleIn order to participate in the November 5th General Election, eligible Ventura voters must have been registered by October 21st.  To find out if you are officially registered to vote in Ventura County, you can do a Voter Eligibility Search online.  If you’ve missed the registration deadline, we strongly urge you to go ahead and register anyway so that you are ready to go for the next election.  For registration information, please visit the California Online Voter Registration website.

Ventura County Polling Places

Polls will be open around Ventura County on Election Day from 7am to 8pm.  The first results will be released as soon as polls close on November 5th.  However, the last day to officially certify the election results isn’t until November 25th to account for mail-in ballots and overseas ballots (from active military, citizens living abroad, etc).  This is to insure that every Ventura citizen’s vote is counted.  To find out where your polling place is, you can search online using your home address here.

Ventura General Election Helpful Tips

All registered Ventura County voters were sent a sample ballot booklet in the mail.  This booklet explains the different positions being voted on as well as a description of ballot measures and bills up for consideration, where applicable.  To help make the voting process go smoothly and in a timely manner, all Ventura County voters are encouraged to read their booklet, make notes on their voting decisions for each item on the ballot and bring their sample ballot with them to their polling place.  You are allowed to bring your sample ballot into the voting booth with you.

We hope this Ventura voter info 2013 has helped you with the voting process.  Remember to take a moment out of your day on November 5th to get out your vote.  Your voice won’t be heard if you don’t cast your ballot.

Featured Ventura County Home for Sale

949 McHugh, Ventura, CA - Click here for more info on this great Ventura home for sale

For more information on this and other Ventura County homes for sale, please visit our Ventura County MLS Search.

Dave and Pat Zumbrun, Your Ventura County real estate specialists

Originally posted on our Ventura County real estate blog here: http://thezteamrealtors.com/ventura-voter-info-2013/.

Advertisements
%d bloggers like this: