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Voter Registration and Ballot Status Lookup

City of Folsom Campaign Sign Regulations - Campaign signs may not be placed earlier than Friday, September 9 and they must be removed by Wednesday, November 16. 

Transition to By-District City Council Elections Completed - Final Map
The transition to by-district elections was completed on March 22, and five Council Districts were created, as shown in the final City Council District Map (previously referred to as "Preferred Map 2").   See Preferred Map 2 Analysis Report for district demographics.

Look Up Your City Council District By Address

For more information regarding Folsom's transition to by-district elections, visit the By-District Overview page

Folsom's Charter, which was approved by voters in 1990, establishes the Folsom City Council as five members elected at large by the voters of the City. The terms of councilmembers are four years and begin the second Monday in December following their election.   Terms are staggered, with three councilmembers being elected at one election and two councilmembers being elected at the next election.  The City Council selects a mayor and vice mayor, who serve at the pleasure of the Council.

Have Questions About Election Security?  Learn more about the security measures used by Sacramento County Elections Department, including ballot security, election equipment security, and voter file security.   

November 8, 2022 Election / Candidate Report
Informational Resources for City Council Candidates
Register to Vote
Receiving Your Ballot
Tracking Your Ballot
How and When to Vote

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