Election Information

November 3, 2020 Kingsburg City Council Election

The next Kingsburg City Council Election will be November 3, 2020. It will be the first District Election for Districts 2 & 3. Currently Mayor Pro Tem Laura North resides in District 2 and Council Member Sherman Dix resides in District 3.

Running For Office:

To run for office in District 2 or 3 in the November 3, 2020 election you need to be 18, reside in the district, be a registered voter and qualify as a candidate. Please see the 2020 November Election Council Brochure for information on how to qualify, timelines and requirements.

The filing period to qualify as a candidate for the Kingsburg City Council District 2 & 3 November 3, 2020 election is July 13, 2020-August 7, 2020 unless a incumbent does not run. In that case the filing period ends August 10, 2020.

To receive nomination and ballot paperwork to qualify as a candidate on or after July 13th please contact City Clerk Abigail Palsgaard at 559-897-6520 or apalsgaard@cityofkingsburg-ca.gov or 1401 Draper Street.

Register to Vote:

Online Voter Registration

Military and Overseas Voters Information

Vote by Mail Information

Check Status of Your Voter Registration

For information on elections in your area please visit the Fresno County Clerks Office.

The Elections office is looking for qualified election workers.  If you are a registered voter and are looking for an opportunity to serve your community please click here for more information.

Elected Official Information:


President Donald Trump

US State Senator Diane Feinstein

US State Senator Kamala Harris

21st Congressional District TJ Cox

22nd Congressional District Devin Nunes


Governor Gavin Newsom

12th Senatorial District Anna Caballero

31st Assembly District Joaquin Arambula


California Voters Choice Act

Vote-by-Mail Ballots

Every Registered Voter in Fresno County, including the City of Kingsburg, will be delivered a ballot 28 days before Election Day.

Voters will have three ways to return their ballot:
1. Mail the ballot;
2. Drop the ballot in a secure county ballot drop box; or
3. Visit any vote center in the county.

Vote Centers

Traditional polling places will be replaced by vote centers. Voters will have the freedom to cast a ballot in-person at any vote center in their county instead of being tied to a single polling location. Vote centers look and feel like polling places, but provide additional modern features to make voting easy and convenient.

At any vote center in a participating county (Fresno County), a voter may:

1. Vote in-person
2. Drop off their ballot
3. Get a replacement ballot
4. Vote using an accessible voting machine
5. Get help and voting material in multiple languages
6. Register to vote or update their voter registration

Kingsburg's permanent Vote Center will be:

The Historic Kingsburg Southern Pacific Railroad Depot
1465 California Street, Kingsburg CA 93631

Additional information can be found at the California Secretary of State and the Fresno County Clerks Office.

Any questions? Please contact City Clerk Abigail Palsgaard at apalsgaard@cityofkingsburg-ca.gov; (559) 897-6520 and City Hall at 1401 Draper Street, Kingsburg, CA 93631.