Attention, procrastinators! Register to vote by tonight
Nevada County residents who have procrastinated can still register to vote after work tonight at selected local fire agencies.
Today is the deadline to register to vote and receive voter registration materials for the Nov. 5 general election. State law mandates that voters re-register every time they move.
Citizens can complete a voter registration card at the Nevada County Elections Office, area post offices, libraries, government offices and more than 70 Nevada County businesses. The completed voter registration card must be postmarked today and received at the Elections Office by Friday to ensure the voter will receive a sample ballot booklet, absentee ballot application, and other voter information.
Voter registration cards will be available at these fire stations from 5 to 10 p.m. tonight:
— Station 1 at 472 Brighton Street near Condon Park.
— Station 2 at 213 Sierra College Drive.
— Station 85 at 12444 Nevada City Highway near Meeks Lumber.
— Station 87 at 13103 Ridge Road near Alta Street.
— Station 88 at 14518 Highway 49 South, south of La Barr Meadows Road.
— Station 89 at 11833 Tammy Way near the Club House.
— Peardale-Chicago Park Fire District at 15057 Colfax Highway next to the Peardale Store.
— CDF/Higgins Fire District Station at 10106 Combie Road, corner of Highway 49 and Combie Road.
North San Juan
— North San Juan Fire Station 3 at 13200 Tyler Foote Road near Mother Truckers.
Rough and Ready
— Rough and Ready Fire District, 11042 Rough and Ready Road.
— Ophir Hill Fire Department, 12668 Colfax Highway, next to post office.
Voter registration cards completed tonight will be processed by the Elections Office Tuesday, making the voter eligible to vote and receive materials for the Nov. 5 election.
For more information, contact the Elections Office at 265-1298 or toll-free from Lake of the Pines and Truckee within Nevada County at 1-888-395-1298.
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