The Voter Registration and Elections Office has mailed the County Voter Information Guide for the March 5, 2024, Presidential Primary Election to Sacramento County registered voters. Voters can expect to start receiving their ballots on February 5th. If you have questions about the candidates, call our Voter Help Line at (916) 822-5618. Questions about your ballot or registration status should be directed to the County Elections office – call (916) 875-6451.

We only elect great candidates when we have a united team effort. The elected officials who won in 2022 benefitted from hundreds of hours of volunteer time and donated resources. Learn more about volunteering and sign up to make a difference at this link!

2024 Election Calendar and Voting Locations

Sacramento County ​​​​Voter Registration and Elections (VRE) has posted the list of Ballot Drop Box and Vote Center locations for the March 5, 2024, Presidential Primary Election.

Vote by Mail ballots will be mailed to voters beginning Monday, February 5, 2024. Ballot Drop Boxes will begin opening Monday, February 5, 2024, and Vote Centers will begin opening Saturday, February 24, 2024. A complete list of Ballot Drop Box and Vote Center locations, their days and hours of operation, and an interactive map can be found at:

A QR code to the interactive map will be included in the County Voter Information Guide to replace the flat printed map. 

For more information, contact VRE at (916) 875-6451, email, or by using the toll-free voter assistance hotline at (800) 762-8019. The hotline has the ability to connect voters with disabilities with TTY (Text Telephone).

Key Election Dates​

Feb. 5

Mailing of ballots to all registered voters begins


Feb. 5

Voted ballots may be returned in any of the Ballot Drop Boxes located throughout the County

Feb. 19

Close of voter registration for this election. Voter registration forms must be postmarked by this date or delivered to the VRE Office at 7000 65th Street, Suite A, Sacramento 95823 by 5:00 p.m. Online voter registration must be completed before midnight on this date at

Feb. 20

Conditional Voter Registration (CVR) begins

Feb. 24

11 Day Vote Centers open

Feb. 27

Last day a Vote by Mail (VBM) ballot can be mailed to you. After this date, VBM ballots are only available at the VRE Office or at any of the 90 Vote Centers​

March 2

All Vote Centers open throughout the County

March 5

Election Day 

Voter Guide for Candidates and March Ballot Measures

The March 5 Primary will include elections for President, US Senate, House of Representatives, State Senate, State Assembly, Central Committee, Superior Court, County Board of Education, Twin Rivers USD, Board of Supervisors, and Sacramento City Council.

View the list of all candidates who filed at this link.

Endorsed Republican Candidates:

CD 3 – Rep. Kevin Kiley
CD 6 – Craig DeLuz
CD 7 – Tom Silva
AD 6 – Preston Romero
AD 7 – Assemblyman Josh Hoover
AD 9 – Assemblyman Heath Flora
AD 10 – Dr. Vinaya Singh
Sup. 4 – Folsom Councilwoman Rosario Rodriguez
County Bd. of Education 4 – Jay Martinez
County Bd. of Education 6 – Member Heather Davis

Recommendations from Conservative groups in races we have not endorsed:

Superior Court Judge: Law Enforcement supports Amy Holliday

Sacramento Taxpayers Assn opposes City of Sacramento Measure C (Business License Fee Increases)

Republican Legislators do not support Prop 1 (Homeless Services Bond Measure) They would be open to prioritizing mental health services for the Homeless under the regular budget process.

Status of November Ballot Measures

View the Initiatives cleared to gather signatures at this link.

View the list of Measures eligible for the November 2024 ballot at this link.

The SacCountyGOP has endorsed the Taxpayer Protection and Government Accountability Act that is currently stuck in the courts thanks to Gavin Newsom – read more.

Come into SacCountyGOP Headquarters and sign the petitions to Reform Prop. 47 and Protect Kids

We will have more information after the Committee takes an official position at our February meeting.


Learn About Running for Office in 2024

Thinking of running for office? Here’s some helpful resources:

Sac County Elections Candidate Guide for March 2024

Find Your Districts

View the List of Elected Officials and note when they are up for re-election

View the latest Report of Registration 

See Who is Donating

Let SacCountyGOP know of your interest in running.

Central Committee Election

We are so pleased that so many candidates filed to run for Central Committee! This means that our hard work is paying off and people see the value in serving.

The Central Committee has NOT endorsed in these races, so if you see materials that imply support from the Sacramento County Republican Party, please let us know! They are not authorized to use the SacCountyGOP logo, even if they are a Committee Member/Alternate.

Congrats to the candidates who qualified in Districts 1, 2, and 5. Since there were an equal or lesser number of candidates to seats, all are deemed elected and will not be on the ballot. They will take office at the January 2025 Organizing Meeting. Those include:

District 1: Steve Duvernay, Jeffrey Flanagan, and Sadie Foster
District 2: Brenda Bennett, Robert Blymyer, Gabrielle Ingram, and Brian Johnston
District 5: Carl Brickey, Bill Cardoza, Carol Fogle, Paul Johanneson, Danielle Jolliffe, Kimberly Kennedy-Woods, Betsy Mahan, and Bradley Orr

Candidates will compete for eight seats in District 3 and nine seats in District 4. Voters in those Supervisor districts will have the opportunity to vote in March.


All counties organize their Central Committee elections a little differently, but all are guided by the Election Code as well as the CAGOP’s requirement that elections take place.

  • Our districts use Board of Supervisors boundaries.
  • Every four years, the number of seats in each district is determined based on Republican registration. In 2024, we expect Sac County Elections to confirm there will be 4 seats in District 1, 4 seats in District 2, 8 seats in District 3, 9 seats in District 4, and 8 seats in District 5.
  • You can look up the Supervisor District lines on our website.
  • Your name will only appear on the March 2024 ballot if there are more candidates than seats in your district.
  • Candidates for Central Committee will not have access to GOP Database or Campaign Sidekick. We suggest you purchase a copy of the Voter Rolls that include names and contact info for all Republicans in your supervisor district. The cost is $80.
  • The current Central Committee will not be making endorsements, but individual Members may do so as long as they don’t infer it is a Committee endorsement.

Candidate and Volunteer Trainings

The CAGOP and the SacCountyGOP will have special events and trainings for Republican candidates and volunteers in the March and November elections.

Leadership Institute Training:

California Conservative Campaign School- Central Valley

The Leadership Institute Conservative Campaign School is comprehensive training will cover a range of critical topics, including effective fundraising strategies to secure resources, candidate development, campaign organization techniques, and more! Attendees can expect to gain insights into messaging, voter outreach, grassroots mobilization, and other key campaign components, empowering them to make a meaningful impact in their communities and advance conservative values in the political landscape of California.

Where: DoubleTree Downtown Modesto

Address:  1150 9th Street Modesto, CA

When: Saturday, November 4, 2023

Cost: $35 before 10/31 and $50 after


Trainings scheduled at the CAGOP headquarters in downtown Sacramento:

1/6/24 @ 10 AM – 2 PM: Intro to Fundraising
2/10/24 @ 10 AM – 2 PM: Policy Bootcamp
4/20/24 @ 10 AM – 2 PM: Communications & Media Training
CAGOP Virtual Zoom Training Schedule:

1/27/24 @ 10 AM – 2 PM: All About Digital: Harnessing the Power or Advertising, Texting, Emailing
Sign up to attend CAGOP trainings at this link:
Open House events with the Candidates and other opportunities to meet voters will be listed on the Upcoming Events page.

Check Your Voter Registration

Just in case the DMV changed your registration, and to make sure you can vote in the Republican Presidential Primary, check your registration status.

Sign Up for eNews

SacCountyGOP emails a monthly newsletter that includes upcoming events, news about local politics, and action alerts. Sign up here!

Join the 1776 Donor Club

SacCountyGOP is an all-volunteer run operation with a headquarters and an active community presence. The only way we can sustain this program is to rely on donations from individuals and local organizations.

Contrary to popular belief, we do NOT receive funds from the state or national Republican Party, or any candidates. So when you donate to the RNC, President Trump, or the CAGOP, that does not trickle down to us.

We have a donor program called the 1776 Club where members make monthly or quarterly online donations to help cover our operational costs such as rent, printing, and fees for booths at community events. Club members receive discounts on Watch Parties and other special events.

As mentioned above, no one receives a salary at SacCountyGOP, and too often, our volunteers are the ones who also donate money to keep the lights on. Please join them and sign up online for a recurring donation. Knowing we can depend on that regular contribution helps us plan for the next election.

Learn more and sign up here.


It’s a lot of fun, and so rewarding to volunteer at SacCountyGOP. We will train you to walk, phone, and greet voters who will support our Republican candidates in the next election.

We will be gearing up for the 2024 Election by participating in the County and State Fairs, and community events in Fair Oaks, Elk Grove, Citrus Heights, and Carmichael. Let us know if there is a community event in your area that we should visit. Email

Learn about volunteering and sign up at this link.

Voting for a Republican in the Presidential Primary:

If you are not registered with a qualified political party, you are a “No Party Preference” (NPP) voter and will receive a ballot without presidential candidates.

If you are a NPP voter and want to vote for a presidential candidate in the Republican Party, you must re-register Republican by February 19th.

The County Registrar of Voters is mailing crossover cards to NPP voters beginning December 11th. If you receive the card asking if you’d like to vote in the Presidential Primary, then you are not currently registered as a Republican! Check your status at this link.

If you are a NPP voter and want to vote for a presidential candidate, you may request a ballot for a party that allows crossover voting for the Primary Election only. The American Independent, Democrat, and Libertarian Parties allow for crossover voting. ​​Voters that “crossover” are not re-registered with this party. After the election you will still be registered as NPP.

Register Republican at this link!  After the Feb. 19 deadline, you may register and vote a Conditional Voter Registration (CVR) ballot at the County Elections office or any Vote Center. Vote Centers open beginning Saturday, February 24, 2024.

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