- Elections Overview
- Vote By Mail - All Napa County Voters
- Voter Registration Information
- Find Your District
- Vote Center Clerk Recruitment
- Political and Campaign Signs Information
- Voter’s Edge California Website
- Casting Your Ballot - Registrar of Voters John Tuteur
- Elections Quick Links
The City of Napa conducts general municipal elections in November of even-numbered years. The City Council is comprised of one Mayor and four Councilmembers.
The last general municipal election was held on November 8, 2022 and was the second district-based election for Councilmembers.
The election consisted of two Councilmembers running for four-year terms for Districts 1 & 3.
Councilmember Liz Alessio and Councilmember Mary Luros were elected to serve on the Napa City Council.
- District 1 - Liz Alessio with 6,092 votes
- District 3 - Mary Luros with 4,598 votes
Congratulations to Councilmembers Alessio and Luros!
Vote by Mail - All Napa County Voters
Napa County is participating in the Voter’s Choice Act. The Act was adopted in 2016 by the California Legislature to allow counties to conduct elections under a new model that provides greater flexibility and convenience for voters. Voters will vote by mail this election. Ballots will be mailed to registered voters beginning October 10, 2022, 29 days before Election Day November 8, 2022.
Voters can return their ballot 1 of 3 ways:
- By Mail
- In an Official Ballot Drop Box
- At a Vote Center
Voter Registration Information
Online voter registration information and voter registration forms are available through the California Secretary of State website. The form must be printed out and returned with your signature. Return the form to:
Voter registration forms are also available for pick up at the County Elections Division, Napa County Library, the U.S. Post Office, or at the City of Napa City Clerk’s Office.
You may register to vote if you meet the following criteria:
- You are a United States citizen.
- You are a resident of California.
- You are at least 18 years of age (or will be by the date of the next election).
- You are not in prison or on parole for conviction of a felony.
- You have not been judged by a court to be mentally incompetent to register and vote.
You will need to re-register to vote when you move, change your name, or change your political party preference.
Find Your District
The City of Napa has created an easy-to-use interactive map in order to help residents find out which district they currently reside in. You may use this helpful tool by simply typing in your address into the top left-hand search bar and clicking on the search icon. Your search results will show the exact location of the address provided on the interactive map.
Voter's Edge of California
To find in-depth information about what’s on your ballot, visit Voter’s Edge of California.
Voter’s Edge California is an online source for authoritative, nonpartisan coverage of local, state, and federal election contests, candidates, and ballot measures. The website is a joint project of the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund and MapLight. Local candidates are offered space on the website at no cost. Candidates will receive email instructions from the League of Women Voters of Napa County shortly after certification of the candidate list. Candidates may submit such information as a biography, top priorities, positions on issues, endorsements, a photo, videos, and a link to the candidate’s own website. Also included is each candidate’s ballot statement. Voter’s Edge California also gives unbiased explanations of ballot measures, along with who supports, opposes, and funds them. Please contact Kim Farmer, the Napa League’s representative to Voter’s Edge, for more information by emailing [email protected].