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Welcome to the Inyo County Clerk/Recorder
and Registrar of Voters Department


Election Results for June 3, 2014

What's New?

6/6/2014 Public Notice - 100% Manual Tally

6/6/2014 Press Release - Hand Tally

Track the Status of Your Vote By Mail Ballot

May 19th is the last day to register to vote for the June 3 Statewide Direct Primary Election

Sample Ballot and Polling Place Look-up

Candidate List for Direct Primary Election June 3, 2014

Important Message for Inyo County Voters

Candidate’s Guide to the June 3, 2014 Direct Primary Election

Important Information about Affidavits of Annual Assessment Work forms

Affidavit of Annual Assessment Work


The responsibilities of the County Clerk Division of this department include issuing Marriage Licenses, filing and indexing Fictitious Business Name Statements, Notary Public oaths and bonds, and environmental documents.

The responsibilities of the Recorder Division include reviewing and recording documents into our permanent official records and examining and maintaining birth, death and marriage certificates. Our records date back to the formation of Inyo County in 1866.

The responsibilities of the Elections Divisions of this department are to review and maintain the voter registration database, recruit and train polling place workers, distribute, review, accept and file statements required by the Political Reform Act, set up election ballots, provide ballots to voters, and tabulate and certify results of the election processes in Inyo County.

All election results are public and can be requested from our Elections Division at the number listed above. For more information on how to register to vote please view our Voter Registration link.

If you have any questions please contact the office during business hours. The hours of operation are from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, excluding State and Federal Holidays.