April 10, 2018 Special Election

Southern Inyo Healthcare District: April 10, 2018 Special Election









Measure J - Ballot Question: To provide funds to pay the obligations in accordance with the chapter 9 bankruptcy confirmed plan for the adjustment of debt, fund the construction and equipping of future facilities, including, but not limited to, improvements to insure seismic safety, and fund ongoing operating requirements, shall the Southern Inyo Healthcare District establish a parcel tax of $215 per year, expected to raise approximately $602,000 annually for 15 years, with independent citizens’ oversight, mandatory audits?

View the Resolution for the April 10, 2018 Special Election here

Voter Dates & Deadlines




April 10, 2018 Inyo County Election Calendar for Voters
Category
Date
Time
Event
Cited
Registering to vote
Monday, March 26, 2018
Midnight
Deadline to register to vote for the November General Election
Applications must be mailed (postmarked) or received in person by this date
42 U.S.C. § 1973ff; Elec. Code §§ 300(b), 2102, 2107, 3102, 3206
Registering to vote
March 26 -
April 10, 2018
New citizen registration period
§§ 331, 3500
Conditional Voter Registration
March 26 -
April 10, 2018
During the period of 14 days prior to Election Day through and including Election Day, an individual can go to the office of their county elections official to conditionally register to vote and vote a provisional ballot. 
§§ 2170-2173
Voting by mail
March 12 -
April 1 
Vote by Mail Application
§§ 3001, 3003
Voting by mail
Tuesday,
April 10, 2018
Before 8:00PM if dropping off in person or Before the post office closes if mailing.
All vote-by-mail ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received by 3 days after the election to be counted
§§ 3017, 3020, 1
Election Day
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
7:00 am to 8:00 pm
Becuase there are less than 250 voters in all precints in the Southern Inyo Healthcare District, there will be no in-person polling place in the District on Election Day. The Inyo County Elections Office will be open from 7:00 am until 8:00 pm on Election Day.
§14212
Voting by mail – postmark +3
April 13, 2018
Before
5:00 pm
All vote-by-mail ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received by 3 days after the election to be counted
§§ 3017, 3020, 1
Voting by mail – 8 days to cure
April 18, 2018
Before
5:00 pm
All unsigned vote-by-mail ballots must receive a valid signature by this date to be counted.
§§ 3019

Measure Dates & Deadlines






DATE
PERSON RESPONSIBLE
DESCRIPTION

January 12
 (88)
District
Ballot Measure (E.C. §§ 9312, 10403, 13247)

Last day for submission of a resolution calling a measure to the County Elections Official.  The resolution shall also specify if the full text of the measure is to be printed in the Sample Ballot. The District Secretary shall deliver a resolution to the Board of Supervisors and the County Elections Official requesting that the County Elections Official conduct the election.


January 12
(88)
Elections Official
Transmittal of Resolution

Elections Official transmits resolutions to the County Counsel and the County Auditor


January 17
(83)

District
Last day to Withdraw a Measure (E.C. § 9605)

Whenever a legislative body has ordered that a measure be submitted to the voters of any jurisdiction at an election, the order of election shall not be amended or withdrawn after this date.


January 23
(77)

County Counsel
Last day to submit Impartial Analysis (E.C. §§ 9313, 9314)

Last day for County Counsel to submit impartial analysis to Registrar of Voters.  The analysis shall be printed in the pamphlet preceding the arguments for or against the measure. The analysis is limited to 500 words.

 PUBLIC EXAM PERIOD (E.C. § 9380)
There will be a 10-day exam period for the Impartial Analysis. The period will be held January 23 thru February 2.
January 23
(77)

Proponents / Opponents
Last day to file arguments (E.C. §§ 9315, 9316, 9600)

Last day set by Registrar of Voters to submit arguments in favor or against the measure. Arguments may not exceed 300 words. No more than five signatures shall appear with any arguments. Authors of Argument form shall accompany all arguments.

PUBLIC EXAM PERIOD (E.C. § 9380)
There will be a 10-day exam period for arguments. The period will be held January 23 through February 2.

February 2
(67)

Proponents / Opponents
Rebuttals (E.C. §§ 9317, 9600)

Last day for the same authors of the primary argument to file rebuttals with the Registrar of Voters no later than 5:00 p.m. Rebuttals are limited to 250 words.  Statement of Authors of Arguments form must be attached to the rebuttal.

PUBLIC EXAM PERIOD (E.C. § 9380)
There will be a 10-day exam period for Rebuttals. The period will be held February 2 through February 12.
March 1

Committees
Filing deadline for Pre-Election Campaign Disclosure Statement (G.C. §§ 84200.5, 84200.7)

Filing period for 1st pre-election campaign statement covers transactions from January 1 through 2/24/18.
March 1
(40)
Registrar of Voters
Mail Sample Ballots and other election materials to voters (E.C. §§ 9312, 9380, 13303)

The Registrar of Voters will begin mailing sample ballots on this date.

March 12
(29)

Registrar of Voters
Mail Vote by Mail ballots (E.C. §§ 3005, 3010, 3017, 3018, 3020, 4000 et seq.)

The Registrar of Voters will begin mailing vote by mail ballots on this date.
March 29
Committees
Filing deadline for Pre-Election Campaign Disclosure Statement (G.C. §§ 84200.5, 84200.7)

Filing period for 2nd pre-election campaign statement covers transactions from 2/25/18 through 3/24/18.
April 10
Election Day
Election Day!

The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. and will close at 8:00 p.m.


Note: Whenever a date prescribed by law falls on a weekend or holiday, such act may be performed on the next business day (E.C. § 15; G.C. §§ 6700, 6701)


Arguments For & Against Measures





For information about submitting Arguments and Rebuttals for local Measures, please view the Inyo County Guidelines for Submitting Arguments for local Measures.