Elections and Voter Registration
The Humboldt County Office of Elections strives to ensure that all eligible residents are able to exercise their right to vote; that elections are held in a fair, accurate, and efficient manner; and to provide reliable information and the best possible service to voters, media, and other interested parties.
FILER AND FILING OFFICER WORKSHOP
June 19 - 20, 2019
Humboldt County Office of Education
901 Myrtle Avenue | Eureka, CA
The County of Humboldt and the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) invite you to attend a free two-day workshop for filers and filing officers.
Filer workshop sessions will be held on June 19th, and will include sessions on filing Form 700s, and completing campaign and committee financial documents. Filing Officer workshop sessions will be held on June 20th, and will include sessions on Campaign filings and Form 700s.
Registered attendees will be given seating preference. Click this link to register.
Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC) Meeting
Humboldt County Office of Elections
2426 6th Street | Eureka, CA
June 13, 2019 2 pm - 4 pm
The Humboldt County Office of Elections welcomes observers to attend Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC) meetings. Click this link to view the June 13th meeting agenda.
If you are interested in serving on the VAAC, please contact Lucinda Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is the Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC)?
The Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC) is an advisory committee comprised of local government and local community members. The purpose of the Humboldt VAAC is to assist the Office of Elections in ensuring polling places meet accessibility guidelines determined by the Secretary of State (Elections Code, Section 12280).
POLL WORKERS NEEDED FOR 2020!
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Conditional voting is here!
Sometimes called "same day voting", conditional voting is now an option for Humboldt County residents. Beginning January 1, 2017, Humboldt County residents can come into the Humboldt County Office of Elections on Election Day and conditionally vote. More information about conditional voting, including who is eligible to vote conditionally, is available on our Conditional Voting page.
Election Cycle Changes
Pursuant to Senate Bill 415, many school and special districts in Humboldt County are required to move to even-year general elections to increase voter turnout. Other districts are electing to move for the same reason. Voters within these districts will receive notification postcards by mail.