Huge ballots for California voters

nc_bigballots1013_1500x845Sacramento, Calif. (KCRA) — The presidential election is now just four weeks away, but if you’re planning to vote by mail, it will cost you a little more in parts of California.

Voters in Sacramento County will have to shell out 94 cents, instead of 47, to mail in their ballots.

Voters will have 3 double-sided cards to fill out in Sacramento County, where the ballot is the biggest since 2012, thanks to the initiatives and local tax measures.

Voters like Sandra Giobres of Sacramento have definitely noticed the demands on their time.

“There’s so much advertisements,” Giobres said. “Vote No, Vote Yes, Vote No, Vote Yes, on everything. And you’re like, ‘Wait a minute, I’ve got a mind. I can figure out whether I want to vote No or Yes.'”

Read more:

© 2024 KOBI-TV NBC5. All rights reserved unless otherwise stated.

Skip to content