Recall Election Information

Recall Election Information

Ballots for the September 14, 2021 California Gubernatorial Recall Election have been sent via US Mail to all registered voters in Fresno County. if you have not received your ballot contact the Fresno County Clerk/Elections office at (559 600-8683 or email them at:

Sign-up for California’s official “Where’s My Ballot?” tracking tool. Receive information when your ballot is mailed to you, when your ballot is received, and when your ballot is counted

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California Secretary of State Recall Election Information

Fresno County Clerk/Registrar of Voters Recall Election Information

Track your ballot

Track your ballot


Dear California Voter,

All voters can now get critical updates on their ballots through California’s official “Where’s My Ballot?” tracking tool. Signing up takes less than three minutes!

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You can also copy this URL into your browser:

**If you have already signed up for “Where’s My Ballot?” you do not need to take further action.**

What you’ll be able to track

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You can select to receive notifications on the status of your vote-by-mail ballot by text (SMS), email, or voice call, including alerts if there are any issues with your ballot and instructions for how to correct them to make sure your vote is counted.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to track your ballot every step of the way!



Alex Padilla

California Secretary of State


P.S. Can you think of a relative, neighbor, or friend who might be interested in ballot tracking? Share this URL with them today:

Say NO to the Republican Recall

Say NO to the Republican Recall

Who is behind the recall?

A partisan, Republican coalition of anti-maskers, anti-vaxxers, QAnon conspiracy theorists and Trump supporters.

The recall is powered by a partisan, Republican coalition of national Republicans, anti-vaxxers, QAnon conspiracy theorists, anti-immigrant activists and Trump supporters. They want to overturn Governor Newsom’s election, and their victory could threaten California’s efforts to fight COVID-19.

From the Los Angeles Times: 

“Allied with radical and extreme elements… includ[ing] groups promoting distrust of government, science and medicine; peddlers of QAnon doomsday conspiracies; “patriots” readying for battle and one organization allied with the far-right extremist group, the Proud Boys.”

POLITICO reported how one of the co-founders and chief organizers of the recall suggested it would be a good idea to “microchip” immigrants, and anti-immigrant rhetoric has been central to recall organizers’ appeals to supporters.

National Republicans like Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee and Devin Nunes have all backed the recall effort. The Republican National Committee has even cut the recall a $250,000 check.

Instead of fighting COVID-19, Republicans are pulling a page from the Trump playbook and attacking Californians. In fact, a Republican recall will cost the state $100 million – money that could be used to help vaccinate our communities.

Great Training Opportunity – Saturday, July 31st

Great Training Opportunity – Saturday, July 31st


Are you, or do you know someone that is interested in running for public office?
Are you interested in helping someone else run for office, or do you know someone that is?
The Fresno County Democratic Candidate Recruitment & Development Committee will be hosting a training on zoom on Saturday, July 31st, from 10:00 a.m. – Noon.
Please see the attached flyer for details and please share this information with anyone that is interested in becoming more involved in local politics. 
Our guest speakers will go over some of the basic information that someone should know if they are thinking about running for public office.
Our Committee is actively looking for Democrats that might be interested in running for public office in Fresno County in 2022 or 2024.  We also need good people that would be willing to serve on local boards and commissions. 
Please contact us if you have any questions or need additional information. 


Dee Barnes
FCDCC District 3 Alternate
Candidate Recruitment & Development Co-Chair
(559) 779-1981 cell
(559) 486-1416 home
Fresno County Democrats






Fresno County Voter’s Choice Act Advisory Committee Meeting Dates

Fresno County Voter’s Choice Act Advisory Committee Meeting Dates


The Fresno County Clerk/Registrar of Voters would like to announce the re-start of the Fresno County Voter’s Choice Act Advisory Committee.  Please find attached a save the date flyer with planned meeting dates for the second half of the year.  The Voter’s Choice Act Advisory Committee is an opportunity for interested members of the community to provide input on how the Voter’s Choice Act is implemented in Fresno County.  This year’s meetings will be focused on a general amendment and update of the Fresno County Election Administration Plan requiring community feedback on a wide range of Voter’s Choice Act topics.

Meetings are currently planned for the third Wednesday of each month, but those dates might be adjusted after participant feedback from our first meetings on July 21.  Each meeting will be held twice, once at 4:00pm and then again at 5:30pm.  The 5:30pm meeting will have online access options.  Each in-person meeting will be held at the Election Warehouse Training room, 4525 E Hamilton Ave, Fresno 93702.  Additional community-based meetings will be held in the Fall throughout the County.

Voter’s Choice Act Advisory Committee meetings work best when we get a large turnout of interested and varied community voices.  Along with asking you to “Save the Date” for our July 21 meeting, please forward this email to your friends, colleagues, and associates that are invested in how elections will be conducted in Fresno County going forward.  An agenda and connectivity information will be distributed on July 6.