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Sacramento County begins ballot box testing ahead of June 7 primary election

There’s just over a month to go until California’s 2022 primary election on June 7, but it’s never too early to ensure everything is running smoothly. Sacramento County election officials began testing ballot tabulation machines on Thursday. Officials conduct voting tests early to ensure they are reading ballots correctly. we have for this election,” said Janna Haynes with Sacramento County Voter Registration and Elections. “We have 55 types of ballots this election, which are all different configurations in Sacramento County, for different districts and contests, and then we have three sets of those 55 that are bilingual.” Californians have until May 23 to register to vote. You can do this online, or you can fill out a physical form at post offices and libraries. -345-8683.Related ContentJune 7 Primaries: How to Vote, Track Your Ballot in the 2022 California Election Important Dates, Deadlines for California VotersCalifornia GOP Chairman Discusses Party Campaign Efforts Ahead of June Primary

There’s just over a month to go until California’s 2022 primary election on June 7, but it’s never too early to ensure everything is running smoothly.

Sacramento County election officials began testing ballot tabulation machines on Thursday.

Officials are holding test ballots early to ensure they are reading ballots correctly.

“Our process is basically ensuring that our tabulation machines that go through and count the ballots are set up for the ballots that we have for this election,” said Janna Haynes of County Voter Registration and Elections. of Sacramento. “We have 55 types of ballots this election, which are all different configurations in Sacramento County, for different districts and contests, and then we have three sets of those 55 that are bilingual.”

Californians have until May 23 to register to vote. You can do this online or fill out a physical form at post offices and libraries.

If you are unsure if your registration status is up to date, you can check online or call the Secretary of State’s Helpline at 1-800-345-8683.

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