What is a Coordinated Election?

A coordinated election is one that the county clerk and recorder conducts on behalf of two or more political subdivisions that are hosting an election on the same day in November. Specifically, for a coordinated election to take place, the election must:

  • Have more than one political subdivision holding an election (state, county, municipality, school district, or special district);
  • Take place on the same day in November; and
  • The eligible voters either are the same for each election or live in overlapping political subdivision boundaries.

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1. What is the purpose of a Primary Election and a General Election?
2. What is a Coordinated Election?
3. What is a Municipal Election?
4. How do I get my ballot?
5. If I choose not to vote on a candidate or question, will my other votes still be counted?
6. Where do I vote?
7. How do I make sure my mail ballot will be counted?