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Alameda County
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REGISTRAR of VOTERS

Registrar of Voters: Tim Dupuis

Phone: (510) 272-6973; (510) 208-4967 (TDD)

Fax: 510-272-6982

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Registrar of Voters Address:
Alameda County Court House
1225 Fallon St., Rm G-1
Oakland, CA 94612-4283


LEAGUE of WOMEN VOTERS

* Alameda
- (510) 869-4969
* Berkeley-Albany-Emeryville
- (510) 843-8824
* Eden Area
- (510) 538-9678
* Fremont-Newark-Union City
- (510) 794-5783
* Livermore-Amador Valley
 - (925) 443-VOTE (8683)
* Oakland
- (510) 834-7640
* Piedmont
- (510) 834-2040
* Bay Area
-  (510) 839-1608
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DIRECTORY of CONTESTS
Find information about contests and candidates on a November 4 ballot in Alameda County:

This is a preview of the upcoming election showing winners of the statewide primary and top 2 candidates in local runoffs. In September information about all contests on your ballot will be added.

ELECTION ARCHIVE
Archives are available for these past Alameda County elections: 6/3/2014, 5/6/2014, 2/4/2014, 5/7/2013, 3/5/2013, 11/6/2012, 6/5/2012, 2/7/2012, 11/15/2011, 11/8/2011, 5/3/2011, 3/8/2011, 11/2/2010, 6/22/2010, 6/8/2010, 2/2/2010, 11/3/2009, 9/1/2009, 7/21/2009, 6/2/2009, 5/19/2009, 11/4/2008, 6/3/2008, 3/4/2008, 2/5/2008, 11/6/2007, 6/5/2007, 11/7/2006, 6/6/2006, 4/11/2006, 3/7/2006, 11/8/2005, 6/7/2005, 5/17/2005, 11/2/2004, 3/2/2004, 11/4/2003, 10/7/2003, 6/3/2003, 11/5/2002, 3/5/2002, 11/6/2001, 4/17/2001, 11/7/2000, 3/7/2000, 11/2/1999, 11/3/1998, 6/2/1998

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Register by October 20 to vote on November 4.

Call (510) 267-8683 for questions about voting or to determine your voter registration status.

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