City Of Manteca

Election Information

What City Council District Do I Live In?
To find out what City Council District you live in click here City Council District Map or call the Office of the City Clerk at 209-456-8017

District Elections
The City Council, at their regular meeting of December 21, 2021, adopted an ordinance of the City of Manteca amending the Manteca Municipal Code Chapter 1.08 – Elections to add sections 1.08.060 – General Election – District Elections Schedule. Included in this Ordinance was a District Map listed as Exhibit A. To view the districts of the City of Manteca, please click here​​. To view the Ordinance O2022-03 of the City of Manteca, please ​click here.

How do I run for City Council
Public service is an excellent way to make a difference in your neighborhood and community. Have you ever thought about running for public office? If you have then click here.

Upcoming Elections
The City of Manteca conducts municipal elections on Tuesday after the first Monday in November in even numbered years. The next general municipal election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. This election voters will be electing Mayor and two members of the city council for Districts 3 & 4., candidate, and voter assistance information will be posted to this website as it becomes available throughout the election season. Please contact the Office of the City Clerk, if you have questions regarding the upcoming election

If you would like to find your Polling Place and/or your Sample Ballot for this election visit the San Joaquin County website by clicking the link below San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters​

The City Clerk's Office is accepting Vote by Mail ballots at our Dropbox during normal business hours.


Candidates for local offices file with the Office of the City Clerk by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, call (209) 456-8017.
July 18 to
August 12
July 31Last Day to File Recipient Committee Campaign Statements - Semi Annual (Form 460)
*Covers the period January 1, 2022 – June 30, 2022
August 10 to
November 8
With 24 hours: File Form 497 is a contribution of $1,000 or more in the aggregate is received – by personal delivery, email, or NetFile
August 12Last Day to File Nomination Papers
Statements & Nomination Papers are Confidential Until Close of Nomination Period
August 17Last Day to File Nomination Papersif Extended Period Applies
Note:Extended Filing Period only if Incumbent Fails to File
August 18Secretary of State determine order of names on the Ballot
After 5pm:
August 22nd to
September 1st or
August 29th to
September 8th
Public examination period of Candidate’s Statement (10-calendar-day)
September 12 to
October 25
Filing Period for Write In Candidates
September 29Last Day to File Recipient Committee Campaign Statements - 1st Pre-Election Statement (Form 460)
October 10First Day for Mailing Permanent Vote by Mail Voter Ballots
October 10 to
November 1
Voters May Request Vote by Mail Ballots with Regular Applications
October 24Last Day to Register to Vote
October 25Last Day to File for Write-In Candidates
October 27Last Day to File Recipient Committee Campaign Statements - 2nd Pre-Election
Statement (Form 460)
November 1Last Day for Election Official to Publish Notice of Nominees
November 11Last Day to Receive Vote by Mail Voter Ballots
November 15Last Day to Remove Temporary Election Signs – MMC 17.54.040(B)(7)
No Later than
December 8
Last Day to Declare Results and Install Newly Elected Mayor, Councilmember(s)
December 8 to
December 23
Reorganize Council and Choose Vice Mayor
Within 30 days of
assuming office
File Statement of Economic Interests
January 31, 2023Last Day to File Recipient Committee Campaign Statements – Semi Annual (Form 460)