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Elections

The Town of Fairfax has seven elected offices each for a 4-year term, as follows: five Town Council Members, the Town Treasurer, and the Town Clerk. The Town Council terms are staggered so that no more than three seats are up for election at one election. Our General Municipal Elections are held in November of even-numbered years, and consolidated with any other election on the same date.

2020 Election: Tuesday, November 3rd

The next Fairfax General Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, for the election of  three members to the Town Council, each for a term of four years. The candidates are listed below. This election is consolidated with the Presidential General Election on the same date -- one ballot for all!

Marin County Registrar Notice of Polling and Ballot Drop-off Locations

Marin County Voter Information Guide  includes information about candidates and ballot measures along with how to get translated information, where you can hand deliver your vote by mail ballot, accessible voting options, and other voter instructions. Your Guide also lists your assigned polling place. All registered voters receive a Voter Guide by mail.

Are You Registered to Vote?  Check your voter status at RegisterToVote.ca.gov  and make sure your registration is up-to-date. It's not too late to register!

Vote Safe. Vote Secure. Vote by Mail.  All active registered voters will automatically receive a vote by mail ballot for the November 3, 2020 Election. Ballots start mailing October 5th and will arrive 5-7 days later. Help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by reducing crowds and long lines at the polls - return your voted ballot by mail in the envelope provided. The Elections Department pays the postage!

Candidates for the Office of Fairfax Town Council Member

Chance Cutrano

Barbara Coler

Joe McGarry

Bruce Ackerman

John Reed

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