Elections

General Municipal Election – November 6, 2018

City Council Seats - At the November election, three seats on the City Council (currently held by Kerri Howell, Steve Miklos and Andy Morin) will be up for election.   The remaining two seats on the City Council are currently held by Ernie Sheldon and Roger Gaylord. Their terms end in November 2020.
     Positions Up for Election in Folsom:
         City Council seats (three seats)
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NEW:  Ballot Measures - At the November election, the below three ballot measures will be submitted to the voters of Folsom, as authorized by the Folsom City Council at their April 10 meeting:

Measure:  City Council Term Limit - Charter Amendment
Ballot Question
Full Text of Ballot Measure
How to Submit Arguments and Rebuttals
  Filer Statement Form (Required with submittal of arguments and rebuttals)
  Argument and Rebuttal Process Explanation
Requirement to Pass:  Must be approved by a majority (50% + 1) of the voters

Measure:  Amendment to Campaign Contribution Limits
Ballot Question
Full Text of Ballot Measure
How to Submit Arguments and Rebuttals
  Filer Statement Form (Required with submittal of arguments and rebuttals)
  Argument and Rebuttal Process Explanation
Requirement to Pass:  Must be approved by a majority (50% + 1) of the voters

Measure:  Folsom Community Enhancement and Investment Measure (1/2 percent transaction and use tax (sales tax) for 10 years)
Ballot Question
Full Text of Ballot Measure
How to Submit Arguments and Rebuttals
  Filer Statement Form (Required with submittal of arguments and rebuttals)
  Argument and Rebuttal Process Explanation
Requirement to Pass:  Must be approved by a majority (50% + 1) of the voters

 

Statewide Direct Primary Election - June 5, 2018
Statewide/Federal Positions Up for Election (link to Sacramento County Elections page)
June 5 Primary Election Calendar:
  April 26    Voter Information Guide (Sample Ballot) mailed to every registered voter
  May 7       Vote By Mail Ballots mailed to every registered voter
  May 21     Deadline to Register to Vote (in Sacramento County, you can still register to vote 
                    at at any Vote Center location through Election Day.
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  May 26     Vote Centers Open (Folsom Vote Center locations);
  June 5       Election Day;  Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked on or before June 5
                                                    

Campaign Finance Information:
  For Residents:  View campaign financial filings by City Council Members, Candidates and Local Committees
  For Campaign Disclosure Filers:  eFiling Portal

Campaign Contribution Limits (enacted by vote of the people, 1994)
Political Action Committees (registered in Folsom) 
Campaign Sign Regulations  Signs may not be erected earlier than sixty days before an election and must be removed within seven days after the election.  For sign enforcement concerns, contact: Code Enforcement Supervisor Pete Piccardo (916) 461-6227

State and Federal Legislative Representatives - Folsom Area

Are You Already Registered to Vote? To find out if you are currently registered to vote, visit the Secretary of State webpage.
Register to Vote
Information for Voters / Changes in Voting Method



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