Elections & Voter Information

Upcoming Election:

The next regularly scheduled General Municipal Election will be held in June 5, 2018 where the voters of the Town of Corte Madera will elect three members to the Town Council (please note that the Town Council also sits as the Board of Directors for Sanitary District #2 - more information on the Sanitary District can be found here).  

At the June 20, 2017 Town Council meeting, the Corte Madera Town Council voted to adopt Ordinance 966, which moves the Town’s municipal election from November of odd-numbered years to June of even-numbered years, beginning with the election in June 2018. Councilmembers with seats expiring in November 2017 have been extended six months, through June 2018. This change only affects the November 2017 election at this time.  Please refer to Ordinance 966, An Ordinance of the Town of Corte Madera Amending Title 2 Chapter 2.38 of the Corte Madera Municipal Code, "General Municipal Elections" for more information: Ordinance 966.

The nomination filing period will open in mid-February, 2018 and will run through mid-March. Appropriate information will be posted below when the filing period draws close. 

  • The Town Council Staff Report Calling the Election (Calendar of Important Dates included) will be posted here in late 2017.
  • The Notice of Election will be posted here in early 2018.
  • Candidate binders and related election materials will be available in the Town Clerk's office at Town Hall (300 Tamalpais Drive, Corte Madera) beginning on the first day of the nomination period.  Please call 415-927-5050 to request an appointment to review and receive the elections materials.

Registered voters who reside within Town limits are eligible to run for Town Council. If you have further questions, please contact the Town Clerk at rvaughn@tcmmail.org or 415-927-5050.

Register to Vote:


Residents who have moved or changed their name must re-register to be eligible to vote in future elections. Postage-paid, preaddressed registration forms may be obtained from any post office, city/town hall, public library or fire station in Marin County. If you would like to check to see if you are currently registered to vote, you may do so here.


Register to Vote In Person:

Residents may also register to vote in person at the Marin County Registrar of Voters' Office. Office hours are from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. The phone number is 499-6456, and the fax number is 499-6447.  If you have moved or changed your name you must re-register to be eligible to vote in any future elections.

Marin County Registrar of Voters 
Marin County Civic Center 
3501 Civic Center Drive, Room 121 
San Rafael, California

For more information, please visit the Marin County Registrar of Voters website.

Another excellent resource for election information is at  smartvoter.org, an online service of the League of Women Voters.


Previous Election:

For important elections deadlines and information on how to become a candidate, click here.



Candidates

Nomination Papers Issued:


Bob Ravasio  -  7/14/15
Sloan Bailey  -  7/15/15
Christian Martinez - 7/15/15
Jim Andrews for -  7/23/15

Nomination Papers Filed:


Bob Ravasio  -  7/28/15
Sloan Bailey  -   7/31/15
Jim Andrews  -  8/07/15


FPPC Forms Filed:


Bob Ravasio (Town Council)
Candidate Statement
Form 501  Candidate Intention Statement
Form 470  Candidate Campaign Statement - Short Form


Sloan Bailey (Town Council)
Candidate Statement
Form 501  Candidate Intention Statement
Form 470  Candidate Campaign Statement - Short Form


James Andrews (Town Council)
Candidate Statement
Form 501  Candidate Intention Statement
Form 470  Candidate Campaign Statement - Short Form


Links to Town Council Candidate Debates:

To view the Candidates' Forum hosted by the Corte Madera Chamber of Commerce, click here.
To view the Candidates' Debate hosted by the League of Women Voters, click here.