June 2013 Cypress Special Municipal Election Calendar

 

March 26, 2013
(E-91)
Resolution calling election to Registrar of Voters.
March 26, 2013
(E-91)
Registrar of Voters will email measure letter designation to the City of Cypress.
April 8, 2013
(E-78)
Last day for Direct Arguments and Impartial Analysis.
April 9, 2013
through
April 19, 2013
(E-77 -- 67)
Public Review period for Impartial Analysis and Direct Arguments.
April 19, 2013
(E-67)
Last day for Rebuttal Arguments, if applicable.
April 20, 2013
through
April 30, 2013
(E-66 – 56)
Public Review period for Rebuttal Arguments, if applicable.
April 26, 2013
(E-60)
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS’ BALLOT APPLICATIONS:  The first day the Registrar of Voters’ office may process applications for military and overseas voters’ ballots.  Any applications received by the Registrar of Voters’ office prior to this day shall be kept and processed on or after this date.
§§ 300(b), 3100, 3103
April 26, 2013
(E-60)
LIST OF VOTE-BY-MAIL VOTERS:  First day CDs are available for purchase indicating all voters who have been issued a vote-by-mail ballot.
May 16, 2013
(E-40)
Sample ballot pamphlet mailing begins approximately this date.  Mailing completed by June 4, 2013.
May 16, 2013
 (E-40)
Registrar of Voters will mail a list of polling places within the City of Cypress to the City Clerk.
May 27, 2013*
(E-29)
First day vote-by-mail ballots are available.  All vote-by-mail ballots will be issued through the Registrar of Voters.  If requests are received at City Hall, they must be forwarded to the Registrar of Voters.
June 4, 2013
(E-21)
Last day to mail sample ballots.
June 10, 2013
(E-15)
Last day to register to vote for the June 25, 2013 Cypress Special Municipal Election.
June 18, 2013
(E-7)
Last day to apply for regular vote-by-mail ballots.
June 18, 2013
(E-7)
Registrar of Voters will mail to the City a CD containing the registered voters within the City of Cypress.
June 19, 2013
through
June 24, 2013
(E-6-1)
MILITARY VOTERS OR OVERSEAS VOTERS– RECALLED TO MILITARY SERVICE:  A registered military voter recalled to service after June 18, 2013, but before 5:00 p.m. on June 24, 2013, may appear before the county elections official in the county in which he/she is registered, or, if within the state, in the county in which he/she is recalled to service and apply for a vote-by-mail ballot which may be submitted by facsimile or by email.  The vote-by-mail ballot may be voted at the Registrar of Voters’ office or voted outside the office on or before the close of the polls on the Election Day and returned as are other vote-by-mail ballots.  To be counted, the ballot must be returned to the Registrar of Voters’ office in person, by facsimile transmission, or by an authorized person on or before the close of the polls on the day of the election.
§ 3111
If the military or overseas voter appears in the county in which he/she is recalled to service, rather than the county to which he/she is registered, the elections official shall coordinate with the elections official in the county in which the military or overseas voter is registered to provide the vote-by-mail ballot that contains the appropriate measures and races for the precinct in which the military or overseas voter is registered.
§ 3111
June 19, 2013
through
June 25, 2013
(E-6 – 0)
VOTE-BY-MAIL VOTING – LATE CONDITIONS (EMERGENCY VOTING):  During this period vote-by-mail ballots are available when a voter’s condition prevents voting at a polling place.  Written application signed under penalty of perjury is required unless the absent voter’s ballot is voted in the Registrar of Voters’ office.   The voter may designate any authorized representative to return the voted vote-by-mail ballot.  Emergency voting ballots may not be mailed.
§ 3021
June 25, 2013
(E-0)
Election Day.  Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
June 25, 2013
(E-0)
VOTE-BY-MAIL VOTER BALLOTS RETURNED:  Deadline for the Registrar of Voters to receive vote-by-mail ballots by mail or in person is June 25, 2013, 8:00 p.m.  A voter may deliver his/her vote-by-mail ballot in person to any polling place in the county by the close of the polls on Election Day.  If a vote-by-mail voter who is unable to return the ballot, he/she may designate his/her spouse, child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, brother, sister, or a person residing in the same household to return the ballot.  Last day a military or overseas voter who is temporarily living outside of the United States (or is called for military service within the United States on or after June 18, 2013) may return his/her ballot by facsimile transmission.  To be counted, the ballot returned by facsimile transmission must be received by the elections official no later than Election Day, 8:00 p.m. and must be accompanied by an identification envelope and a signed waiver of a right to a secret ballot.
§§ 3017, 3020, 3106, 14212
June 25, 2013
(E-0)
SEMI-FINAL OFFICIAL CANVASS OF ELECTION RETURNS: Beginning at 8:00 p.m. and continuously until completed, the Registrar of Voters will conduct the semi-final official canvass of votes.
§ 15150
June 25, 2013
(E-0)
MILITARY OR OVERSEAS VOTERS RETURNS:  Any registered military or overseas voter who has returned to their county of registration on or before Election Day and to whom a vote-by-mail ballot has been mailed but not voted, may apply for a second vote-by-mail ballot.  Any military or overseas voter qualified to vote who returns on or before Election Day to the county in which the applicant’s parent or legal guardian resided when the parent or legal guardian last lived within the territorial limits of the United States or the District of Columbia may apply for a second vote-by- mail ballot. The elections official shall require him/her to sign an authorization to cancel the vote-by-mail ballot previously issued, and shall then issue another vote-by-mail ballot to the voter, or certify to the precinct board that the voter is eligible to vote in the precinct polling place of his/her residence.
§ 3109
Last day an unregistered military or overseas voter who was released from service after the close of registration and who has returned to his/her county of residence may apply in person to register with the county elections official and vote in the election.  Documentary proof of release from military service after the closing date of registration for the election is required.  On or before Election Day, the county elections official shall deliver to the precinct board a list of military or overseas voters registered under this section.
§ 3108
Last day a military or overseas voter who returned to the county after June 18, 2013 may appear before the county elections official and make application for registration, a vote-by-mail ballot, or both. The county elections official shall register the voter, if not registered, and shall deliver a vote-by-mail ballot which may be voted in or outside the county elections official’s office on or before the close of the polls on the day of election and returned as are other voted vote-by-mail ballots.
§ 3110   
June 26, 2013
(E+1)
COMMENCE OFFICIAL CANVASS OF ELECTION RETURNS:  The Registrar of Voters will commence canvassing votes.
§§ 10547, 15301
July 23, 2013
(E+28)
COMPLETE OFFICIAL CANVASS OF RETURNS AND CERTIFY RESULTS BY THIS DATE:  No later that this date, the county elections official must complete the canvass, certify its results, and send the certification of the results to the City of Cypress.
§ 15372

*If date falls on a Sunday or holiday, use the next business day.

 

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