Mill Valley voters head to the polls

MILL VALLEY, CA — Tuesday is the last day to vote in the California primary, and voters in Mill Valley will also have the opportunity to vote in several local races.

Local elections to watch include:

District 1 Supervisor

Three candidates are running to replace outgoing Supervisor Damon Connolly in District 1 (San Rafael and surrounding unincorporated communities).

The candidates are Gina Daly, Mary Sackett and George Saribalis.

District 5 Supervisor

Four candidates are running to replace supervisor Judy Arnold, who is not seeking re-election.

The candidates are Eric Lucan, Jason Sarris, Kevin Morrison and Colin Medalie.

District 1 Assembly

Four candidates are in the running to replace Marc Levine, candidate for the post of insurance commissioner.

The candidates are Damon Connolly, Sara Aminzadeh, Steve Schwartz and Ida Times-Green.

Marin County Schools Superintendent

Two candidates are running to replace outgoing Superintendent Mary Jane Burke, who announced earlier this year that she would not run for an eighth term.

The candidates are Michele Crncich Hodge and John Carroll.

Attorney General Rob Bonta is also running for his first full term after being nominated to fill the post vacated by

Xavier Becerra, who left to serve in the Biden administration.

Voters will choose a new state controller, as Betty Yee calls it. Other statewide races include Secretary of State and lieutenant governor.

Voters have had more than a month to choose from candidates in the state’s new universal mail-in ballot system. Ballots were mailed before May 9 and will be counted if they are postmarked on Election Day or deposited at a ballot box, voting center or county election office before 8 p.m. hours on June 7.

Early voting centers opened on May 28 and in-person voting will be allowed until the polls close at 8 p.m. Tuesday. In-person polling stations will offer same-day voter registration, replacement ballots and voting machines to those who need them.