ELECTIONS

Your Vote Your Voice

The next City of Riverside General Municipal Election  is June 4, 2019

It will be an all mail-in ballot.                                                                                                                      BALLOTS WILL BEGIN TO BE MAILED OUT THE WEEK OF MAY 6

Voters will chose Riverside City Council members for Wards 1, 3, 5, and 7.

ELECTION CALENDAR

Riverside Registrar of Voters 
Riverside City Clerk 

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Nonpartisan Political Information Sites

Facebook for daily shareable election resources

Ballotpedia  Ballotpedia is the digital encyclopedia of American politics and elections. Our goal is to inform people about politics by providing accurate and objective information about politics at all levels of government. We are firmly committed to neutrality in our content

The California Channel.   For statewide elections, you may see interviews with state executive and judicial candidates candidates.

California School Board Association.   Professional Governance Standards describe the three components vital to effective school governance: 1) the attributes of an effective individual trustee, 2) the attributes of an effective governing board, and 3) the specific jobs the board performs in its governance role.

The California Voter Foundation.   Online Voters Guide for statewide elections.                             

California Budget & Policy Center.   A nonpartisan, independent fiscal and economic policy analysis organization.

Center for Responsive Politics.   Track campaign finances in California.

Election Administration Research Center (EARC).  Information on election administration, voting, election laws, current news related to election administration, and links to several resources and websites that provide related information. From the Institute of Governmental Studies at the University of California at Berkeley.

Public Policy Institute of California. Dedicated to improving public policy in California through independent, objective, nonpartisan research on major economic, social, and political issues.