JUNE 7, 2022 STATEWIDE DIRECT PRIMARY
For this election, San Bernardino County registered voters can cast choose how, when, and where to vote. Here are four secure ways that registered voters can cast their ballot:
- Vote by mail by returning their completed ballot via the U.S. Postal Service; ballots will be delivered to the U.S. Post office on May 9
- Returning a ballot to one of 76 secure drop-off locations throughout the County; for Chino Hills there is a ballot box outside of the James S. Thalman Library and at the City Clerk's office located inside the Government Center at 14000 City Center Drive
- Taking a ballot to one of six early vote sites
- Going to their assigned polling place on June 7 to cast a ballot in person from 7 am to 8 pm
To learn more, visit the Registrar of Voters online at www.SBCountyElections.com
|May 9, 2022||Early voting begins|
|May 9, 2022||Mail Ballots delivered to U.S. Post Office|
|May 23, 2022||Voter registration deadline|
|May 31, 2022||Deadline to request a replacement mail ballot|
|June 7, 2022||Election Day - 2022 Statewide Direct Primary Election|
NOVEMBER 8, 2022 GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION OVERVIEW
The following information is provided as an overview of the election process for a seat on the Chino Hills City Council. Elections are consolidated with the Statewide General Election which is held on the first Tuesday, following the first Monday in November of even-numbered years.
Terms are staggered so that three seats are available during one election cycle and two seats are available during the next cycle. There are no term limits for City Council Members. The Mayor is selected from the membership of the City Council, routinely at the second meeting in November of each year, effective December 1st, to preside at Council Meetings and to act as the ceremonial head of the City. The Vice Mayor is also chosen at that time and acts in the absence of the Mayor. If you would like additional information or are interested in running for election, please contact the City Clerk at (909) 364-2624.
The General Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, for the election of three (3) City Council members, one each from Districts 1, 2, and 4 for full terms of four (4) years each currently represented by incumbents Marquez, Rogers, and Johsz respectively.
The Nomination Period for Districts 1, 2, and 4 will begin on Monday, July 18, 2022, and closes on August 12, 2022, at 4:30 pm. If an incumbent does not file within the stated filing period, the nomination period will be extended five (5) days and will close on August 17, 2022, at 5:30 pm for all interested persons other than the incumbent for that seat only.
Nomination papers must be obtained in person, by appointment only at the City of Chino Hills, Office of the City Clerk, 14000 City Center Drive, Chino Hills. To schedule an appointment please call (909) 364-2624.
|Jul 18 - Aug 12||Filing Period for Nomination Papers (by appointment only - call (909) 364-2624 to schedule|
|Aug 17||Last Day to File Nomination Papers (extended) - if the incumbent does not file|
|Aug 18||Secretary of State to Determine Order of Names on Ballot|
|Aug 22 or Aug 29||Last Day of Public Review Period for Candidates Statements|
|Sep 12 - Oct 25||Filing Period for Write-In Candidates (by appointment only - call (909) 364-2624 to schedule|
|Sep 24||First Day Political Signs may be Erected (Temporary Election Signs regulations)|
|Sep 29||Last Day to File Campaign Expenditure Statements (1st Pre-Election Statement)|
|Oct 10||First Day Vote-By-Mail Ballots Delivered to Voters' Mailboxes|
|Oct 18||Last Day for Registrar of Voters to Mail Voter Information Guides and Polling Place Notices|
|Oct 24||Last Day to Register to Vote|
|Oct 27||Last Day to File Campaign Expenditures Statements (2nd Pre-Election Statement)|
|Nov 1||Last Day to Publish Notice of Nominees|
|Nov 8||ELECTION DAY - Polls are Open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm|
|Nov 18||Last Day to Remove Political Signs|
|Dec 8||Deadline to Complete Official Canvass and Certify Results|
New District Boundaries
The California Elections Code requires that every ten years cities with by-district election systems use new census data to review and, if needed, redraw district lines to reflect how local populations have changed. The City Council at their April 12, 2022, City Council meeting adopted Ordinance No. 381 to adopt new district boundaries. Voters only vote for the City Council position up for election in their specified district. Click here to view historical information on the transition to By-District voting.
- District 1: Ray Marquez, term ends November 2022
- District 2: Peter Rogers, term ends November 2022
- District 3: Art Bennett, term ends November 2024
- District 4: Brian Johsz, term ends November 2022
- District 5: Cynthia Moran, term ends November 2024
Find Your District
Residents can look up their district by using an interactive map online. Please follow these directions:
- Single-Family Homes: enter the street address in the search box
- Condominiums: enter the street address in the search box
- Apartment Homes: enter the name of the apartment complex into the search box
- Mobile Homes: enter the name of the mobile home park into the search box
The Office of the City Clerk
The City Clerk is the local election official and coordinates with the County of San Bernardino in the conduct of municipal elections. Duties of the elections official include: Preparing necessary resolutions calling for general and special municipal elections, coordinating the candidate nomination process, receipt and process of initiative, referendum, and recall petitions, and declaring election results.