California Gubernatorial Recall Election South Orange County Voting Day Guide Tuesday September 14 2021

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California Gubernatorial Recall Election Orange County Voting Guide.

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) is facing a Recall Election on Tuesday September 14 2021.

California Secretary of State Explains How A Recall Can Occur

To qualify a recall of the Governor for the ballot, proponents need a minimum of 1,495,709 valid petition signatures.

This is equal to 12 percent of the votes cast for the office of Governor in 2018, which is the last time the office was on the ballot.

Signatures from at least 5 counties must each equal 1 percent of the total number of votes cast in the last election for Governor in the county. (Cal. Const., art. II, § 14(b)) The total number of votes cast for Governor in the 2018 election was 12,464,235.

California Recall Petitioners state that, “Governor Newsom has implemented laws which are detrimental to the citizens of this state and our way of life…”

The State of California Department of Finance estimates the cost of the Recall to be $215.2 million dollars.

California Gubernatorial Recall Ballot

California Gubernatorial Recall Election ballot will have two parts.

Voters can vote on either one or both parts of the recall ballot.
A voter can vote “no” to the question of removing the current elected officer from office and also select a replacement candidate.

Recall Election Ballot Part 1

There will be a recall question presented on the ballot: “Shall GAVIN NEWSOM be recalled (removed) from the office of Governor?

Recall Election Ballot Part 2

Following that recall question, all qualified replacement candidates for the office of governor will be listed.

California Certified List of Candidates Are Online

The Certified List of Write-in Candidates will be available on September 3 2021.

California Gubernatorial Recall Election Possible Outcomes

If a majority of the votes on the recall question are “Yes,” Governor Newsom shall be removed from office and the replacement candidate receiving the highest number of votes shall be declared elected for the remainder of the governor’s term of office (ending January 2, 2023).

If one-half or more of the votes on the recall question are “No,” Governor Newsom shall remain in office.

All Active Registered Voters will Automatically Receive a Vote-By- Mail Ballot

Ballots Must Be Postmarked By Tuesday September 14 2021

Ballots May Be returned at a Secure Ballot Drop Box
Must be Deposited by 8:00pm on Tuesday September 14 2021

California Early Voting Centers Information Is Online

Voting locations will offer voter registration, replacement ballots, accessible voting machines, and language assistance.

Orange County Voting Options

Orange County California Voter Information Guide Is Online

Orange County Voting Drop Off Locations Are Online

Orange County Voting Centers Are Open September 4 2021 thru September 14 2021

Voting Center Hours

Tuesday September 14 2021: 7:00am-8:00pm

Dana Point Voting Center open on Saturday September 11 2021 thru Tuesday September 14 2021

Dana Point Community Center is located at 34052 Del Obispo Street

Laguna Beach Voting Center open on Saturday September 11 2021 thru Tuesday September 14 2021

Laguna Beach Community & Susi Q Center is located at 380 3rd Street

San Clemente Voting Center open on Saturday September 4 2021 thru Tuesday September 14 2021

San Clemente Aquatic Center is located at 987 Avenida Vista Hermosa

San Juan Capistrano Voting Center open on Saturday September 4 2021 thru Tuesday September 14 2021

San Juan Capistrano Community Center is located at 25925 Camino Del Avion

Laguna Niguel Voting Center open on Saturday September 4 2021 thru Tuesday September 14 2021

Laguna Niguel City Hall is located at 30111 Crown Valley Pkwy

Newport Beach Voting Center open on Saturday September 4 2021 thru Tuesday September 14 2021

Newport Beach Civic Center is located at 100 Civic Center Drive

Orange County Secure Ballot Drop Box Locations Are Online

Dana Point Library located at 33841 Niguel Road

Laguna Beach Branch Library located at 363 Glenneyre Street

San Clemente Jim Johnson Memorial Sports Park located at 560 Avenida Vista Hermosa

San Clemente City Hall located at 910 Calle Negocio

San Clemente Municipal Golf Course located at 150 E Avenida Magdalena

San Juan Capistrano La Sala Auditorium is located at 31495 El Camino Real

Laguna Niguel Library is located at 30341 Crown Valley Parkway

Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo Metro Link Station is located at 28200 Forbes Road

Laguna Niguel Orange County Fire Station 49 is located at 31461 Golden Lantern

Newport Beach Public Library is located at 1000 Avocado Avenue

California Gubernatorial Recall Important Dates

August 16 2021: Vote By Mailing Starts

August 16 2021: Drop Off Ballot Locations Open

August 30 2021: Last Day To Register to Vote in Statewide Special Election In California

August 31 2021 thru September 14 2021: Conditional Voter Registration Period
An individual can go to the office of his/her county elections official to conditionally register to vote and vote a provisional
ballot.

September 4 2021: Select Voting Centers Open

September 11 2021: Additional Select Voting Center Open

September 14 2021: Election Day at Voting Centers at 7:00am-8:00pm

September 14 2021: Vote By Mail Voters Ballots Must Be Returned

October 14 2021: Certification of Election

Track Your Vote By Ballot Online

Register to Vote in California

Check Your Voter Registration Status Online

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