Elections/Fair Political Practices Commission
Marin Votes November 3rd
- Marin County Voter Information Portal - Track your ballot, find your polling place, and more.
- Secretary of State Online Voter Registration - Register to vote or check your registration status.
Vote Safe. Vote Secure. Vote by Mail.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the public’s health and well-being, a recent California law requires that all active, registered voters automatically receive a vote by mail ballot for the November 3, 2020, Presidential General Election. Please protect poll workers, the public, and yourself by voting that ballot and returning it by mail.
Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked on or before November 3rd, and received by the Elections Department by November 20th.
If you prefer to hand deliver your ballot or it seems too late to mail it back, you may return your vote by mail ballot to one of many ballot drop box locations in Marin County or any Polling Place. There is a list of locations in the Voter Information Guide, and online here. For more information, please visit the Marin County Registrar of Voters website.
Polling Place Days/Hours Extended for the November 3, 2020 General Election
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, all active registered voters were automatically sent a vote by mail ballot and the number of polling places was greatly reduced. Voting by mail protects you and the health of poll workers. However, if you must vote in person, go early to help reduce crowds and long lines. Masks and social distancing are required, along with other cleaning protocols which may also lead to longer wait times.
Who needs to vote in person?
Voters with special situations close to Election Day may need to vote in-person. For example, voters who did not register before the deadline, need translated voting materials, lost a ballot, or prefer an accessible voting device should go to their assigned polling place.
Can I still drop off my vote by mail ballot at my polling place?
Yes; you may drop off your voted ballot at any polling place during the extended 4-day schedule. However, to help reduce crowds and long lines, you may prefer to hand-deliver your voted ballot to one of many ballot drop boxes located throughout Marin County. A list of drop box locations is listed in your Voter Information Guide, or online at: marinvotes.org.
Call the Elections Department at (415) 473-6456 for help locating your polling place, or a nearby ballot drop box.
City of Larkspur Municipal Elections
The next City of Larkspur General Municipal Election is scheduled for November 8, 2022. For further information, contact the City Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 415-927-5002.
General Election Links
- California Elections Code
- California Fair Political Practices Commission
- Marin County Elections Department
- Marin County Voter Information Portal
- Federal Election Commission
- Federal Voting Assistance Program
- League of Women Voters
- Secretary of State
- Vote By Mail
- Voter Registration
Statements of Economic Interest
The elected officials identified in Government Code Section 87200 who file statements of economic interest with the City of Larkspur City Clerk are the five members of the City Council. Copies of these statements may be obtained by visiting the office of the Fair Political Practices Commission, 1102 Q Street, Suite 3000, Sacramento, CA 95811, or the office of the City Clerk at 400 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur, CA 94939.
Statements of economic interest for some state and local government agency officers may be available in an electronic format at the Commission's Internet Web site.
Policy for Tickets and Passes
The Form 802 is used by state and local government agencies to disclose detailed information about the distribution of tickets and passes, including the identity of persons who receive the tickets and passes and the public purpose of each ticket distribution. The Form 802 is also used to disclose information about ceremonial role events.