Voter InformationBefore you can vote you must first register to vote. There are a couple ways that you can register to vote: fill out a paper form and return it to the County Clerk-Recorders office or register online. Once you are a registered voter, you can request to vote via a Vote by Mail ballot on a one-time or permanent basis if you are unable to vote at your polling place on election day.
Vote by Mail
If you are unable to or desire not to vote at a polling place on election day, you can vote with a Vote by Mail ballot. Learn more about Vote by Mail voting.
Vote by Mail Ballot Status
Would you like to know the status of the Vote by Mail ballot you returned to the Elections Office? Sutter County has a Vote by Mail Ballot Status search to help you.
Sutter County Elections Office home page providing information you need about voter registration, voting, Vote by Mail ballots and election results.
If your name or your address is not on the voter registration roster on Election Day, it may be necessary to issue you a Provisional Ballot.
Voter Bill of Rights
A listing of your rights as a voter.
Voter Registration Information
Here are some answers to common questions about voter registration.
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