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  • Election Timeline:

    • October 10 - November 8, 2022 - Vote by mail & early voting
    • October 24, 2022 - Last day to register (15 days before election)
      • You must re-register if you have moved, changed your name or changed your political affiliation
    • November 1, 2022 - Last day to request a replacement ballot to vote by mail
    • October 25-November 8, 2022 - Conditional Voter Registration is open
    • October 29-November 8,2022 - Vote centers open
    • November 8, 2022 - Election Day
  • Ways to Return your Ballot Ways to Return your Ballot

    Free Postage Paid Envelope:

    • Ballots returned by mail must be postmarked on or before Election Day AND must be received no later than 17 days after Election Day.
    • No postage required!  All Vote by mail return envelopes are postage paid.  

    Official Ballot Drop Box

    • Click Here for a complete list of locations and hours
    • Ballots will be collected from drop boxes:
      • October 7-16 - Monday, Wednesday, Friday
      • October 19-November 3 - Daily

    Any Vote Center

    Ballots that are returned in-person must be received by 8pm on Election Day.
    Ballots can be returned at:
    • The Registrar of Voters Office: 1555 Berger Drive, Building 2, San Jose.  There is a white 24-hour drop box in the parking lot.
    • Any Santa Clara Vote Center: Click Here for a complete list of locations.

  • Town Council Candidate Forum Town Council Candidate Forum

    Sponsored by Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce

    Thursday, October 6, 2022



  • Town Council Candidates

    (3 open seats)

  • Town Council Candidates Town Council Candidates

    3 open seats

    Mary Badame

    Rob Moore

    Rob Rennie

    Margaret Smith

    Rob Stump

    Reza Tavana

  • Los Gatos Measure J Los Gatos Measure J

    The Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce supports Measure J.

    Business License Taxes

    Click Here for more information

    Shall the measure to fund critical Town needs such as public safety by amending business license taxes, unchanged since 1991 while inflation has increased 117% to increase flat taxes by 30% adjusted annually for inflation, Retailing gross receipts tax by 40%, and to add E-Commerce to the Manufacturing, Wholesaling, and Jobbing gross receipts tax schedule and increase that schedule by 120%, raiding about $1,100,00 yearly for general fund purposes until ended by voters, be adopted?

  • Candidate Forums & Interviews Candidate Forums & Interviews

    Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce Council Candidate Forum - Click Here to watch the forum.
    Los Gatos Community Alliance - September 13, 5pm at LG Recreation Adult Recreation Center, 208 E. Main Street
    League of Women Voters Candidate Forum - all forums are virtual.  Click Here to View LG Town Council Forum
    • September 15, 7-9pm - Los Gatos-Saratoga Union High School District Candidate Forum
    • September 22, 7-9pm - Los Gatos Town Council Candidate Forum
    • September 29, 7-9pm - CA Assembly District 28 Candidate Forum
    • For other city candidate forums visit the League of Women Voters website
    Democracy Tent - Interviews with the Candidates - September 19:
    • Click Here to view interviews with Town Council Candidates and LGSUHSD Board Candidates

    KCAT - Interviews with the Candidates - Airing October 1 through Nov. 8​

    4 ways to watch
  • State Propositions State Propositions

    For more detail on the Propositions, Click Here.  We will link to the full text when available.

    Proposition 1
    Constitutional Right to Reproductive Freedom.
    Proposition 26
    Allows In-Person Roulette, Dice Games, Sports Wagering on Tribal Lands. 
    Proposition 27
    Allows Online and Mobile Sports Wagering Outside Tribal Lands.
    Proposition 28
    Provides Additional Funding for Arts and Music Education in Public Schools.
    Proposition 29
    Requires On-site Licensed Medical Professional at Kidney Dialysis Clinics and Establishes Other State Requirements.
    Proposition 30
    Provides Funding for Programs to Reduce Air Pollution and Prevent Wildfires by Increasing Tax on Personal Income Over $2 Million.
    Proposition 31
    Referendum on the 2020 Law That Would Prohibit the Retail Sale of Certain Flavored Tobacco Products.