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City of Agoura Hills General Municipal Election

Please check back on this webpage for updated Agoura Hills General Municipal Election information.  

City Hall is closed to the Public until further notice.

2020 Agoura Hills General Municipal Election 
The next Agoura Hills General Municipal Election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Nomination papers will be distributed by appointment only; please check back here in early July for info. 

Are you registered to vote?  If you are a U. S. citizen, will be at least 18 years old on or before the next election, and are not imprisoned or on parole for a felony conviction, you may register to vote. If you have not registered, need to verify registration, or if you have previously registered and recently changed your name or address, go to the County's website: Register to Vote 

Presidential Primary Election Results 

Click here for election results.  The initial tally reflects the Vote by Mail ballots. Once all precincts have been tallied, and any provisional votes are counted, the final results will be posted. Results are representative of Los Angeles County only. Total number of precincts: 3,072. Total number of registrations: 5,513,057. Ballots cast in Vote by Mail precincts are counted in the first bulletin. These tallied Vote by Mail precincts are reflected in the "Precincts Reporting" figure. There are 261 Vote by Mail precincts. The voter registration figure reflects registrations 29 days before the election. Voters who registered after this date will have their vote counted.

The County has moved from precincts to Vote Centers

A big change is sweeping Los Angeles County with the upcoming March election! There will no longer be precincts in cities; instead, there will be Vote Centers located throughout the County. The Voting Solutions for All People project, commonly referred to as VSAP, is the County’s initiative to improve and modernize the voting experience. In March 2020, the County will move away from a precinct-based model to the Vote Center model made possible through the California Voter’s Choice Act. This will create an 11-day period of voting and will allow voters to vote at any Vote Center in the County during that period. In addition, the County will move to a new fully accessible Ballot Marking Device, or BMD, which incorporates a modern touchscreen interface, but still retains a paper ballot for security. Click here to watch a demonstration of the new electronic voting equipment          

Enter your address to find Vote Centers closest to youclick here .

County is Modernizing the Voting Experience by 2020

In 2020, Los Angeles County will transition from polling places to vote centers. Innovative changes give all voters regardless of age, background, disability or language a private and independent voting experience that is easy and convenient. The Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) is a new voting experience designed to be intuitive and accessible for all voters and will offer all registered voters in the City of Agoura Hills the following options:

VOTE AT A VOTE CENTER

  • Voters will be able to vote at any vote center throughout the County
  • Convenient, secure and accessible Vote Centers will be available for up to 11 days 
  • Vote by Mail Drop Box Locations will be available for 29 days
  • Same day voter registration will be allowed

             2020 New Voter Experience - How to Vote Using Ballot Marking Device (BMD)
How to Vote 2020

Below are County links with further information on Vote Centers 

VOTE BY MAIL

  • All registered voters in Agoura Hills have the option to vote by mail 
  • Vote by Mail Drop Box Locations will be available for 29 days
  • Voters have the option to become a permanent Vote by Mail Voter 

Below are County links with further information on vote by mail:

Results for 2018 Agoura Hills General Municipal Election

   Official Results for November 6, 2018 Election 

   2018-19 City Council Reorganization Notice 

Should you have any questions regarding the City of Agoura Hills elections, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at (818) 597-7303 or (818) 597-7300  or email the City Clerk .

          Fair Political Practices - Electronic Information and Forms
          
Statements of Economic Interests (Form 700) and Reference Pamphlet
             Campaign Disclosure Manuals (Campaign Disclosure Manual 2 - Information for Local Candidates)
             Campaign Disclosure Forms (501, 410, 460, 470) 

Secretary of State - www.sos.ca.gov
Campaign Committee - Registration Fee 
Campaign Finance (Cal-Access Committee ID) 
Elections and Voter Information 

 

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