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The Nevada County Elections Office is reminding voters they must re-register to vote every time they move.

If you are registered to vote in Nevada County and have moved within the county, you must re-register for your new residence to ensure your eligibility to vote in the upcoming November General Election. If you re-register to vote by Oct. 4, you will receive a Voter Information Pamphlet in the mail, containing information about your polling place and about local candidates and ballot measures.

You must re-register to vote every time you move, change your political party or change your name. To ensure you receive election materials mailed prior to every election, you should also re-register if you change your mailing address. Official election material can not be forwarded.



Free, postage-paid Voter Registration Cards are available at 70 locations throughout Nevada County, including government offices, post offices, libraries, chambers of commerce and many businesses.


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