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Posted on: November 3, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Watch Local Election Previews

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Contra Costa County voters can watch local Election Previews. This public programming offers Contra Costa voters information about numerous candidates and issues before the November 3, 2020 Election. Please scroll down for Voter Resources.

See Election Preview videos online or on CCTV YouTube channel. You can watch them on Contra Costa Television channels: Comcast Cable 27, ATT/U-Verse Channel 99, and WAVE Channel 32. See the CCTV broadcast schedule.

The 18 forums recorded so far, include the following races:  

Ambrose Recreation & Park District Director 

Antioch City Council District 1 

Antioch City Council District 3 

Antioch Mayor 

Bart Board District 1 

Brentwood Mayor 

Central Sanitary District 

Concord City Council District 2

Contra Costa Board of Education Area 3

Contra Costa Community College District Ward 5 

Danville Town Council 

Discovery Bay Community Services Director 

El Cerrito City Council 

Oakley City Council

Pittsburg City Council

San Pablo City Council

San Ramon Mayor

Walnut Creek City Council



The Contra Costa County Library also presented four virtual Candidate Forums for Mt. Diablo Unified School District Area 3, Brentwood Union School District, Antioch City Council District 2, and Liberty Union School District. They can be watched online at the Library Facebook page, Library YouTube channel, online, or on CCTV YouTube channel.

To ensure safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Elections Division encourages voting early and by mail. All registered Contra Costa voters will receive a Vote by Mail Ballot for the November 3rd Election. Voters have multiple options to drop off ballots or vote in person, including early voting sites beginning October 30, 2020. Locations of early voting sites and drop off sites can be found at or in your Voter Information Guide, which was mailed to voters on September 24, 2020.

Voters can track their ballots at

If you missed the voter registration deadline to receive a ballot by mail, learn how to register and vote at an Early Voting location or a polling place on November 3, 2020 Election.

If you need assistance, contact Contra Costa Elections Voter Services:
Phone: 925-335-7800

Read entire news release (PDF).

Voter Resources:
Contra Costa County Elections
Voter's Edge California
California  Secretary of State
Easy Voter Guide

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