What's on the ballot

What's on your ballot is determined by where you live and are registered to vote. Examples of your ballot and other important voting information can be viewed below, for the March 3, 2020, Presidential Primary Election.

To find your polling place, please click here.

To find your Voter Information Guide using your address, please click here.

You may view any of Inyo County's Voter Guides for the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election by clicking on the links below.
Voter Information Guide #1 for Voting Precincts 101, 102, 103 (Rovana, Rocking K, Meadowcreek, Highlands)
Voter Information Guide #2 for Voting Precincts 104MB, 105, 106, 107 (Early Pond, Laws, City of Bishop)
Voter Information Guide #3 for Voting Precincts 108, 109, 110 (McLaren, West Bishop, Barlow, Diaz)
Voter Information Guide #4 for Voting Precinct 111, 112MB, 113, 114, 115 (Wilkerson, Aberdeen, Big Pine, Independence)
Voter Information Guide #5 for Voting Precincts 116, 117, 118MB, 119MB (Lone Pine, Keeler, Darwin, Olancha, Cartago)
Voter Information Guide #6 for Voting Precinct 120MB, 121MB (Panamint, Death Valley, Trona, Shoshone, Tecopa, Charleston View, Sandy Valley)

Voting in a Primary Election

All voters can vote in a primary election.

Voting for President depends on the party you are registered with. 

Six political parties are holding Presidential Primaries:
  • Libertarian
  • American Independent   
  • Republican  
  • Green   
  • Peace and Freedom   
  • Democratic

If you are registered with one of these parties, your ballot will include the candidates running for that party’s nomination for President of the United States.

If you are registered with one political party, you may not vote a ballot for another political party, unless you re-register to vote.

Voters registered with No Party Preference

If you are not registered with a political party, or if you registered Decline to State, Independent, or Nonpartisan, you are a No Party Preference (NPP) Voter. You will receive a ballot with U.S. Congressional, State Assembly and all other state and local contests that you are eligible to participate in.

Voters with no party preference who want to vote for a candidate for President of the United States for any of the following parties:

  • American Independent Party
  • Democratic Party
  • Libertarian Party

May request a party ballot at the polls or by fax, email or mail using this form, if you vote by mail. Your party choice for this election will not permanently change your party preference if you select this option.

Voters with no party preference who want to vote for a candidate for President of the United States for any of the following parties:

  • Green Party
  • Peace and Freedom Party
  • Republican Party

Must be registered to vote with one of these parties. The last day to re-register to vote is Monday, February 17, 2020*If you miss the deadline, you may still register and vote conditionally.

 *Deadline falls on a holiday, so it extends to the next business day

If you have any questions, please contact the Inyo County Elections Office at kfoote@inyocounty.us or by telephone at 760-878-0224.

March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election Races and Candidates
US President Democratic - Vote for One
PresidentFederalRoque "Rocky" De La Fuente IIIDemocratic
PresidentFederalJohn K. DelaneyDemocratic
PresidentFederalAmy KlobucharDemocratic
PresidentFederalBernie SandersDemocratic
PresidentFederalJoe SestakDemocratic
PresidentFederalTom SteyerDemocratic
PresidentFederalDeval PatrickDemocratic
PresidentFederalMichael BennetDemocratic
PresidentFederalMichael R. BloombergDemocratic
PresidentFederalMosie BoydDemocratic
PresidentFederalCory BookerDemocratic
PresidentFederalPete ButtigiegDemocratic
PresidentFederalJoseph R. BidenDemocratic
PresidentFederalTulsi GabbardDemocratic
PresidentFederalMark Stewart GreensteinDemocratic
PresidentFederalJulian CastroDemocratic
PresidentFederalMichael A. EllingerDemocratic
PresidentFederalElizabeth WarrenDemocratic
PresidentFederalMarianne WilliamsonDemocratic
PresidentFederalAndrew YangDemocratic
US President Republican - Vote for One
PresidentFederalMatthew John MaternRepublican
PresidentFederalZoltan G. IstvanRepublican
PresidentFederalDonald J. TrumpRepublican
PresidentFederalRobert ArdiniRepublican
PresidentFederalJoe WalshRepublican
PresidentFederalBill WeldRepublican
PresidentFederalRoque "Rocky" De La FuenteRepublican
US President American Independent - Vote for One
PresidentFederalPhil CollinsAmerican Independent
PresidentFederalRoque "Rocky" De La FuenteAmerican Independent
PresidentFederalCharles KrautAmerican Independent
PresidentFederalJ.R. MyersAmerican Independent
PresidentFederalDon BlankenshipAmerican Independent
US President Green - Vote for One
PresidentFederalDavid RoldeGreen
PresidentFederalHowie HawkinsGreen
PresidentFederalDario HunterGreen
PresidentFederalDennis LambertGreen
PresidentFederalSedinam Moyowasifza-CurryGreen
US President Libertarian - Vote for One
PresidentFederalErik Chase GerhardtLibertarian
PresidentFederalKen ArmstrongLibertarian
PresidentFederalMax AbramsonLibertarian
PresidentFederalSam RobbLibertarian
PresidentFederalKim RuffLibertarian
PresidentFederalSteven A RicheyLibertarian
PresidentFederalJacob HornbergerLibertarian
PresidentFederalSouraya FaasLibertarian
PresidentFederalKeenan Wallace DunhamLibertarian
PresidentFederalAdam KokeshLibertarian
PresidentFederalVermin SupremeLibertarian
PresidentFederalJo JorgensenLibertarian
PresidentFederalDan BehrmanLibertarian
US President Peace and Freedom - Vote for One
PresidentFederalGloria La RivaPeace & Freedom
PresidentFederalHowie HawkinsPeace & Freedom
United States Representative, 8th District - Vote for One
United States Representative8th DistrictJames EllarsDemocraticEnergy Consultant
United States Representative8th DistrictJeff EsmusNo Party PreferenceTeacher
United States Representative8th DistrictJustin David WhiteheadRepublican-
United States Representative8th DistrictJerry LawsRepublican-
United States Representative8th DistrictJay ObernolteRepublicanAssemblyman/Business Owner
United States Representative8th DistrictTim DonnellyRepublicanManufacturing Sales Engineer
United States Representative8th DistrictJeremy StaatRepublicanProfessor/Father
United States Representative8th DistrictChristine BubserDemocraticEngineer/Biotechnology Advisor
United States Representative8th DistrictBob ConawayDemocraticAttorney
Member of the State Assembly, 26th District - Vote for One
Member of the State Assembly26th DistrictDevon MathisRepublicanIncumbent
Member of the State Assembly26th DistrictDrew PhelpsDemocraticSmall Business Advocate
Superior Court Judge #1 - Vote for One
Superior Court Judge #1JudicialPhilip T. AshworthN/AAttorney
Superior Court Judge #1JudicialSusanne Marie RizoN/AAttorney, Regional Director
Superior Court Judge #1JudicialBrian LambN/ASuperior Court Judge
County Supervisor, 2nd District - Vote for One
County Supervisor2nd DistrictHeather F. LindN/ABishop Planning Commissioner
County Supervisor2nd DistrictJeff GriffithsN/A2nd District Inyo County Supervisor
County Spervisor, 4th District - Vote for One
County Supervisor4th DistrictJen RoeserN/AWilderness Outfitter/farmer
County Supervisor4th DistrictDeena Davenport ConwayN/ASmall Business Owner
County Supervisor4th DistrictDonald BrightN/ARetired Military/Rancher
County Supervisor, 5th District - Vote for One
County Supervisor5th DistrictMatt KingsleyN/A5th District Supervisor

March 3, 2020 - Measures Submitted to the Voters in Inyo County
Prop 13StateAUTHORIZES BONDS FOR FACILITY REPAIR, CONSTRUCTION, AND MODERNIZATION AT PUBLIC PRESCHOOLS, K-12 SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY COLLEGES, AND UNIVERSITIES. LEGISLATIVE STATUTE. Authorizes $15 billion in state general obligation bonds for construction and modernization of public education facilities. Fiscal Impact: Increased state costs to repay bonds estimated at about $740 million per year (including interest) over the next 35 years.
Measure M

Tax Rate Statement

Impartial Analysis

Argument in Favor
Lone Pine Unified SchoolTo improve the quality of local schools; repair/replace outdated heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; modernize outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; and make health and safety improvements, shall Lone Pine Unified School District's measure be adopted authorizing $14,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, generating approximately $813,000 annually while bonds are outstanding with levies of approximately 4.5 cents per $100 assessed value, with annual audits, citizens' oversight, no money for salaries and all money for local projects?