Elections

The City Clerk is a Certified Municipal Clerk who serves as the City's Elections Official responsible for meeting the legal requirements in conducting an election and provides assistance to candidates in meeting their legal responsibilities when running for office.

2020 Election

MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL

The City Council consists of 5 members: Council Members for District #1, #2, #3, and #4, who are elected by-district, and the Mayor is elected at-large (citywide). Elections occur during staggered even years, which coincides with the Statewide General Elections. For cost-savings, the City of Riverbank may consolidate its municipal elections with the statewide elections and contract with the Stanislaus County Registrar of Voters/Elections, for election services.  Who are your Council Members?

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ARE DISTRICT BASED

The City of Riverbank has fully transitioned to a "by-district" electoral system (Map G - Districts) to fill the seats of the four Councilmembers.  This means that only Riverbank registered voters that live within the respective boundary of the District that is up for election may run as a candidate for office and may cast a vote for the nominated Candidate in that particular District.  The Mayor's seat continues to be elected citywide; therefore, any registered voter of the City of Riverbank may run for this office.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2018, GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION

This Municipal Election was to fill (2) Coucilmember seats. The elected are Luis Uribe Councilmember District-1 and Cal Campbell Councilmember District-3.  Also on the ballot approved by the voters citywide was Measure B - Ordinance for a Cannabis Business License Tax of 10%.  If you are unable to determine by Map G whether you live within the boundary of a District, please contact the Stanislaus County Registrar of Voters/Elections to assist you. 

Riverbank Candidate Information 

 The following link provides updated information:

Measure "B" - Cannabis Business License Tax

 If the City's voters approve Measure B, the City Council will be authorized to impose a business license tax on cannabis businesses (entities engaged in the commercial cultivation, distribution, and exchange of cannabis whether for medical or non-medical reasons) that are operating in the City.  Measure B also authorizes the City Manager to establish procedures for collecting tax, and authorizes the Finance Director to audit any business engaged in commercial cannabis activity.
 

DID YOU REGISTER TO VOTE?    

Voter Registration Questions or to Register for future Elections                            

To register or inquire about your voter registration visit the County Registrar of Voters at 1021 I Street, Suite 101, Modesto or www.stanvote.com or call (209) 525-5200.  You may also register to vote at www.registertovote.ca.gov, or the City Clerk's office, 6707 Third St, Suite A, Riverbank.

The City of Riverbank consolidates its elections with the General Statewide Elections. The Stanislaus County Elections Official will conduct the canvass of the votes for the City of Riverbank's Municipal Election.  The official canvass begins no later than the Thursday following the election, which is open to the public, and continues daily (except Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays) until completed, but no later than 30 days after the election. 

Disclaimer


The information contained in these pages was valid at the time of publication. The City Clerk/Elections Official reserves the right to modify, update, change, or make improvements at any time, without notice, and assumes no liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions, or discrepancies.