What's on the ballot

What's on your ballot is determined by where you live and are registered to vote. Voter Information Guides with the official list of candidates and measures are posted 40 days prior to every election.

For information about the April 10, 2018 Special Election, please click here.

June 5, 2018 Voting Consolidation worksheet. You may view the regular precincts in our GIS website.

June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary candidates
Governor4 year term
Lieutenant Governor4 year term
Secretary of State4 year term
Controller4 year term
Treasurer4 year term
Attorney General4 year term
Insurance Commissioner4 year term
Superintendent of Public Instruction4 year term
Member, State Board of Equalization 1st District4 year term
United States Senator6 year term
United States Representative, 8th District2 year term
Member of the State Senate, 8th District4 year term
Member of the State Assembly, 26th District2 year term
Superintendent of Schools - filing period extends to March 14th
Barry D. SimpsonSuperintendent, Bishop Unified School District
County Board of Education, 1st District
Alden L. NashNone
County Board of Education, 3rd District - filing period extends to March 14th
George LozitoNone
County Board of Education, 5th District
Christopher LangleyNone
Supervisor, 1st District
Dan TotherohInyo County Supervisor
Lynne M. GreerBusiness Owner
Supervisor, 3rd District
Rick PucciSupervisor 3rd District
Dave StottlemyreAssessor
Amy ShepherdAuditor
Jason E. MolinarCoroner
County Clerk-Recorder
Kammi FooteCounty Clerk-Recorder
District Attorney
Thomas L. HardyDistrict Attorney
Public Administrator
Patricia BartonPublic Administrator
Sheriff - filing period extends to March 14th
Jeff HollowellUndersheriff
Joshua R. NicholsonDeputy Sheriff
Treasurer-Tax Collector
Alisha McMurtrieTreasurer-Tax Collector

The following Propositions/Measures will appear on the June 5, 2018 Primary Election ballot:

Prop 68Authorizes bonds funding for parks, natural resources protection, climate adaption, water quality and supply, and flood protection. Authorizes $4 billion in general obligation bonds for: parks, natural resources protection, climate adaptation, water quality and supply, and flood protection. Fiscal Impact: Increased state bond repayment costs averaging $200 million annually over 40 years. Local government savings for natural resources-related projects, likely averaging several tens of millions of dollars annually over the next few decades.
Prop 69Requires that certain new transportation revenues be used for transportation purposes. Legislative constitutional amendment. Requires that certain revenues generated by a 2017 transportation funding law be used only for transportation purposes and generally prohibits Legislature from diverting funds to other purposes. Fiscal Impact: No direct effect on the amount of state and local revenues or costs but could affect how some monies are spent.
Prop 70Limits legislature's authority to use Cap-and-Trade revenue to reduce pollution. Legislative constitutional amendment. Beginning in 2024, requires that cap-and-trade revenues accumulate in a special fund until the Legislature, by a two-thirds majority, authorizes use of the revenues. Fiscal Impact: Beginning in 2024, potential temporary increase in state sales tax revenue, ranging from none to a few hundred million dollars annually, and possible changes in how revenue from sale of greenhouse gas emission permits is spent.
Prop 71Sets effective date for ballot measures. Legislative constitutional amendment. Provides that ballot measures approved by a majority of voters shall take effect five days after the Secretary of State certifies the results of the election. Fiscal Impact: Likely little or no effect on state and local finances.
Prop 72Permits legislature to exclude newly constructed rain-capture systems from property-tx reassessment requirements. Legislative constitutional amendment. Permits Legislature to allow construction of rain-capture systems, completed on or after January 1, 2019, without requiring property-tax reassessment. Fiscal Impact: Probably minor reduction in annual property tax revenues to local governments.
Measure KLone Pine School District - General Obligation Bond To improve school facilities, upgrade fire alarms and student safety and security, replace old windows, and repair restrooms and other facilities, shall Lone Pine Unified School District issue $6 million in bonds at legal interest rates, projected tax rates of 6¢ per $100 of taxable value while bonds are outstanding (averaging approximately $400,000 annually), and requiring responsible repayment costs, citizens' oversight and audits to ensure funds are ONLY spent for Lo-lnyo Elementary School and Lone Pine High School, and NOT for any other purpose? Read the Full Text of Measure K. View the Impartial Analysis for Measure K. 
Measure LOwens Valley School District - General Obligation BondTo renovate and upgrade classrooms , repair old facilities, make health, safety and security improvements for students, and improve energy efficiency to reduce operating costs, shall Owens Valley Unified School District issue $4.8 million in bonds at legal interest rates, projected tax rates of 6.0¢ per $100 of taxable value while bonds are outstanding (generating on average approximately $325,000 annually), and requiring audits, citizens' oversight, ALL funds spent on Owens Valley schools and NO money for administrator salaries or pensions? Read the Full Text of Measure L. View the Impartial Analysis for Measure L.