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Special Municipal Elections for Apple Valley and Upland Archive

June 6, 2017

On June 6, 2017, two cities in San Bernardino County are holding special municipal elections. In the City of Upland, voters will decide on Measure E. In the Town of Apple Valley, voters will decide on Measure F.

Election Publications

County of San Bernardino Voter Information Guide

  • The Voter Information Guide is a booklet published by the San Bernardino County Elections Office that includes information about voting, candidates and measures, a sample ballot, and polling place information.
  • The precinct specific Voter Information Guide contains information for offices up for election and measures on the ballot in each precinct. You can view precinct specific Voter Information Guides by using the Polling Place and Voter Information Guide Look-up tool [no longer available].
  • The accessible format Voter Information Guide [no longer available] provides customized election information for voters who use screen-reader software.

Press Releases and Public Notices

Key Dates and Deadlines

Date Action
May 3, 2017 Voter Information Guides delivered to U.S. Post Office
May 8, 2017 Early voting begins
May 10, 2017 Mail Ballots delivered to U.S. Post Office
May 22, 2017 Voter registration deadline
May 30, 2017 Deadline to apply for a Mail Ballot
June 6, 2017 Election Day – Special Municipal Elections for Apple Valley and Upland
June 7, 2017 Canvass of the Election begins
July 5, 2017 Deadline to complete the official canvass and certify the results

Measures on the Ballot

  • View the Local Measures on the ballot for the June 6, 2017 Special Municipal Elections for Apple Valley and Upland.

Voter Registration

If you want to vote by mail or vote at your assigned polling place, your voter registration application must be postmarked no later than May 22, 2017 for the June 6, 2017 Special Municipal Elections for Apple Valley and Upland.

If you miss the voter registration deadline, you can still register and vote in person at the Elections Office or at an Early Vote site on or before Election Day.

Voting Options

  • Vote early at the Elections Office beginning May 8, 2017.
  • Vote a Mail Ballot. Mail Ballots will be delivered to the U.S. Post Office on May 10, 2017.
  • Vote at the polls on Election Day, June 6, 2017 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    • Find your assigned Polling Place [no longer available].

Visit our Voting Options page for complete information and instructions.

Military and Overseas Voters:

Uniformed and Overseas citizens can obtain a Voter Information Guide and Sample Ballot as well as a Ballot for this election [no longer available].  For complete information, visit the Secretary of State’s website for Military and Overseas Voters.

Mail Ballot Return Statistics

The Mail Ballot Return Statistics Report shows the number of mail ballots that have been issued and returned for the election, as well as historical statistics for previous elections. The data presented on this report is updated daily and may fluctuate as additional mail ballot applications are received and voted mail ballots are processed.

Election Results