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June 6, 2017 Election in Atherton


The San Mateo County Registration & Elections Division wants to be sure that registered San Mateo County voters with disabilities are aware of the various options available to help them vote during the 29-day period leading up to each election, including the June 6, 2017
Town of Atherton Special Mail Ballot Election. During this early voting period, registered voters with disabilities may participate in the standard Vote by Mail program, which allows voters to receive a ballot by mail and return that ballot by mail or in person. In addition, registered voters with disabilities have three other options:

  • They may request to have a Vote by Mail paper ballot personally delivered to the voter’s home at a convenient time by Elections Division staff, who will assist them in marking and returning the ballot.
  • They may request that Elections Division staff bring an accessible version of the County’s electronic voting machine to a convenient location such as the voter’s home for the voter to cast an electronic ballot privately and independently. This system includes audio ballot reading technology, uniquely shaped large buttons with Braille descriptions, a low height to permit wheelchair-based use, and use of adaptive interface devices such as sip-and-puff and tactile input switches to control the input. The Elections Division staff will set up the equipment and be available to assist the voter during the process.
  • They may request that the Elections Division staff arrange free transportation for the voter to and from the Voting Center during the early voting period, where the County’s accessible electronic voting machine may be used by the voter.
These options are generally available from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week during the
early voting period starting 29 days before the election. Voters who contact us Monday
through Thursday will receive service the following day or sooner. Voters who contact us
on Fridays can schedule an appointment for the following Monday or sooner if possible.

Special accommodations can be made for service outside established hours.

To use any of the options listed above, registered San Mateo County voters may contact
the Registration & Elections Division at 1.650.312.5222 no later than the day before
the desired voting date in order to schedule assistance. (Please note that there is a
deadline for enrolling in the standard Vote by Mail program or to register to vote, but
voters who are already registered in San Mateo County may request the three options
listed above during the entire early voting period.)

If you have questions or to schedule one of the options listed above, please contact the San Mateo County Registration & Elections Division at 1.650.312.5222 or registrar@smcare.org.
Chief McCulley

Introducing, Chief Steven D. McCulley


Chief Steven D. McCulley was born in Spokane, Washington, and was raised in the Seattle area. He is a graduate of Washington State University with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology. He is also a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Executive Police Staff and Command, the University of Arkansas Rural Executive Management Institute, and the University of Northern Florida Institute of Police Technology and Management School of Administrative Investigations.

Chief McCulley began his law enforcement career at age 21 becoming a Washington State Patrol (WSP) Trooper. During his WSP career which spanned more than 27 years, he promoted through the ranks and held numerous positions including Criminal Investigations Detective, Detachment Sergeant, Administrative Investigations Sergeant, Criminal Information and Technology Section Commander, Assistant District Field Operations Commander, Homeland Security Assistant Division Commander, the WSP statewide Bomb Squad Commander, and the WSP statewide Rapid Deployment Force Commander.

Chief McCulley and his wife Lynn have been married for 27 years. They have two daughters, Megan and Peyton, who are both graduating from universities in Washington this summer. The Chief and his wife are excited to move to the Bay Area and become part of the Atherton community.
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Deputy City Clerk, Judi Herren

Thank You!


Thank you for being a part of Atherton Online.

Judi Herren, Deputy City Clerk
jherren@ci.atherton.ca.us
650-752-0585
Main Line: 650-752-0500


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