Elections Division Home
|ELECTION DIVISION FEES|
|Available for Election and Governmental Purposes Only||CODE||AMOUNT|
|Master Voter Index CD-Data- Secretary of State Form Required||EC 2191||$50.00|
|Select Election-Specific Request Report||EC 2191||$5.00|
|Select Voter Index by Supervisor Report CD||EC 2191||$10.00|
|Select Voter Index by District CD (under 1,000 voters)||EC 2191||$5.00|
|Select Voter Index by District CD (over 1,000 voters)||EC 2191||$10.00|
|Voter Registration Certification||EC 2167||$2.00|
|Photocopies of Fair Political Practices Forms (per page)||Per FPPC Code||$0.10|
|Photocopies of FPPC statements exceeding 5 years from filing (per request)||Per FPPC Code||$5.00|
California Online Voter Registration
Plumas County Votes by Mail
If you have moved, changed your mailing address by adding or closing a post office box, and haven't completed a new Voter Registration Form notifying us, you may not receive a voter information guide and a ballot for upcoming elections. Completing a change of address card at the Post Office DOES NOT update your voter registration. A new Voter Registration Form is required when you have changes.
Official Vote by Mail ballot envelopes looks like this:
Unsigned Ballot Return ID Envelope Statement
If you received notice that you did not sign your returned Vote-By-Mail ballot envelope, you may complete and return an Unsigned Statement Form to ensure your ballot is counted. The return options are provided on the form. If you forgot to sign your Ballot Return ID Envelope, you can use this form.
Ballot ID Envelope Signature Verification Form
If you received notice that the signature provided on your Vote-By-Mail ballot does not match the signature on file in your voter record, you may complete and return a Signature Verification Form to ensure your ballot is counted. The return options are provided on the form. All signatures are verified with your voter registration card and your driver's license signature.
Elections Division - (530) 283-6256 or 1-844-676-VOTE
Accessible Vote-by-Mail System: Voters can access the Voter Information Guide, mark and download their ballot information from the convenience of their own home and return it by mail.
Additional information for Voters with Disabilities. Voters voting at the Elections Department that are unable to mark a ballot may bring up to two individuals to assist them in voting. Voters with special needs may also listen to the ballot and vote at the Elections Department. Please call ahead and allow an hour to hear the ballot. Call with any questions you may have at 1-844-676-VOTE. The Courthouse is fully accessible.
There are six Political Parties in California. Would you like to know more about each one of them? Visit Political Party Information to learn information about each party or click the links below.
How to contact your elected representatives: Who are my representatives?
Plumas County Political Party Voter Registration Numbers
- California State Board of Equalization
- Election Forms
- Resources and Results
- Representatives for Plumas County - Federal, State, County, and City Government (PDF)
- California Recall Procedures Handbook (PDF)
- Ballot Argument Guidelines (PDF)
- Ballot Argument Author Form (PDF)
- Special District Forms
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
- Voter Registration
- Vote By Mail
- Fee Schedule (PDF)
- Visit our Facebook page
If you have specific questions about Elections, Vote by Mail ballots, or Registering to Vote, please contact:
Email Marcy DeMartile 530-283-6129
Plumas County Elections Division
520 Main Street Room 102, Courthouse
Quincy CA 95971
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (excluding holidays and Wednesdays 11:00-12:00)
The Plumas County Clerk-Recorder;
- Promotes public confidence by providing the very highest level of courteous efficient service.
- Achieves open communication through teamwork and the spirit of goodwill.
- Provides ethical performance while maintaining and preserving the public's records in a secure and easily accessible environment.
- Ensures integrity in the administration of fair and impartial elections.