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Primary ballots will be sent on Monday. Here’s what Monterey County voters should know

The Monterey County Electoral Office will begin sending ballots on Monday.

On June 7, Monterey County voters will go to the polls to decide on several key races, including who will be the next sheriff and who will represent them in Congress.

This is what voters need to know about primary elections.

On the ballot

Voting in the primary election will include candidates for the United States Senate, governor, deputy governor, secretary of state, comptroller, treasurer, attorney general, insurance commissioner, member of the state board of equals, state superintendent of public instruction, and newly redesigned districts for U.S. representatives in Congress, state senators, and members of the state assembly.

There are two contests for the U.S. Senate on this ballot. Voters can vote for both contests.

  • One for a 6-year term ending January 3, 2029; e
  • One for the remainder of the current term ending on January 3, 2023

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