The November 7, 2023 Consolidated Election is fast approaching and Siskiyou County Clerk
Laura Bynum encourages all eligible voters to participate in this election.
The Consolidated Election is being held within the City limits of Mt. Shasta and all registered
voters were mailed a vote by mail ballot starting this week. Those who choose to vote the
vote by mail ballot are encouraged to return it via the USPS, the drop box located outside our
office, in person, or have someone they know and trust to return their ballot and not entrust
their ballot to a stranger to return. If returning your ballot via the USPS, ballots must have a
postmark on or before November 7th.
Mrs. Bynum also wants to remind voters that their specific voting location is listed on the back
page of their County sample ballot/voter information guide if they choose to vote at the polls
on Election Day. If choosing to vote at the polls, voters are encouraged to take the vote by
mail ballot they received to surrender at the polls on Election Day. This will save time for the
voter and poll workers as the poll workers will not need to call the Clerk’s Office to have the
vote by mail ballot voided.
The last day to register to vote for this election is October 23rd.
The Siskiyou County Clerk’s Office is located at 311 Fourth Street, Room 201, Yreka; and is
open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.; telephone (530) 842-8084. The
ballot drop box is available to voters 24/7, up to the close of the polls on Election Day, June 7,
2022 at 8 p.m.
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