May 3, 2011
Consolidated Local Special Election

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Information for Voters

Election Calendar
Roster of Candidates
Random Alphabet for May 3, 2011 Special Election

Candidate Information

Candidate Guide

Voting Centers and City Hall Drop-off Locations

San Mateo Voting Center

San Mateo Elections Office
40 Tower Road
San Mateo, CA 94402

Election Day, May 3: 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Redwood City Voting Center

Redwood City Elections Office
555 County Center, 1st Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063

Election Day, May 3: 7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Ballot Measure Information

Measure A

Roster of Local Measures
Full Text of San Carlos School District Ballot
Impartial Analysis of San Carlos School District Ballot
Argument in Favor of San Carlos School District Ballot  
No Argument Against Submitted

Measure B

Full Text of Ravenswood City School District Ballot
Impartial Analysis of Ravenswood City School District Ballot  
Argument in Favor of Ravenswood City School District Ballot
No Argument Against Submitted

Measure C

Full Text of Jefferson Union High School District Ballot  
Impartial Analysis of Jefferson Union High School District Ballot 
Argument in Favor of Jefferson Union High School District Ballot 
No Argument Against Submitted

The Candidate Guide

Candidate Guide.

On December 14, 2010, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors called a special all mail election to fill the vacancy on the Board of Supervisors in the 1st District that will be created when Supervisor Church assumes office as the newly elected Chief Elections Officer-Assessor – County Clerk – Recorder on Monday, Jan. 3, 2011 at noon.

Voters participating in the May 3, 2011 Board of Supervisors – Special Election will vote by mail unless they choose to vote in person at either of the Elections Offices or drop off their voted mail ballot at any City Hall in the county during regular business hours in the 29 days prior to the Election. Voters may also vote in person at one of the five (5) Voting Centers during the week before the election.

The candidate who receives the most votes will win.

The winner of this special election will become the next supervisor for the remainder of Supervisor Church’s unexpired term of office which ends in January of 2013.