Ballot By Mail
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic and for the safety of Election Workers and Voter the City Council moved May 2, 2020, General Election to November 3, 2020.
What this means:
Candidate Filings-The City is preserving all candidate filings and ballot order actions that have already been taken. The postponement does not have the effect of reopening candidate filings.
Ballot By Mail - All applications for ballot by mail (ABBMs) that were filed for May 2, 2020, General Election are still good, unless you marked that you were going to be out of the county during May 2, 2020, General Election; if so then you will be receiving a letter. If you received a ballot by mail and returned it, then your ballot is still valid for the November 3, 2020, postponed election date.
Holdovers in Public Office-The Mayor, Councilmembers Kiehne, and Musselman will continue to serve until after the November uniform election date and newly elected officials take their oath of offices.
New Deadlines for November 3, 2020, will be posted soon.