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Information about the June 3, 2014 Statewide Primary Election
The Statewide Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, June 3, 2014.  Voters throughout Monterey County will vote on voter nominated offices as part of the "Top Two" primary system, nonpartisan offices, and other local county issues.

Top Two Primary

A Top Two Primary lets you vote for any candidate for any statewide office, even if you are not in the same political party.  The 2 candidates who get the most votes in the primary will be on the General Election ballot in November.  These are the "Top Two". The Top Two Primary became law in 2010 when voters passed Proposition 14.

Offices on the Ballot

Federal Offices

U.S. Representative, District 20

State Constitutional Offices


Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State


State Treasurer

Attorney General

Insurance Commissioner

Board of Equalization District 2

State Legislative Offices

State Senator, District 12

State Assembly, Districts 29 & 30

State Non-Partisan Offices

State Superintendent of Public Instruction

County Non-Partisan Offices

County Supervisors 2nd & 3rd Districts

Superior Court Judge

Assessor/County Clerk/Recorder


District Attorney

Treasurer/Tax Collector


County Superintendent of Schools (Monterey/Santa Cruz)


First Day to Request a Vote by Mail Ballot (in person or by mail):
May 5, 2014

Last day to request a Vote by Mail Ballot BY MAIL:
May 27, 2014

Last day to request a Vote by Mail Ballot IN PERSON:
June 3, 2014

Last day recommended returning a Vote by Mail Ballot BY MAIL:
May 27, 2014

Last day for the Election Office to receive voted Vote by Mail Ballots:
June 3, 2014


Last day to register to vote for the coming Election:
May 19, 2014

To be eligible to vote in the June Election, the registration form must be completed and either:

  1. received by this office by May 19th OR
  2. post marked by May 19th and received by this office before June 3rd

County Voter Guide mailing period:
May 1, 2014 – May 24, 2014

How to Mark the Paper Ballot used in Monterey County
How to Use the Touch Screen Voting Machine used in Monterey County



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