Returned to the County General Fund and taxpayers a cumulative total of $15.5 million in budgeted net cost savings since 2010.
Implemented online appointment system in Elections and Clerk section and offered other essential agency services remotely for the health and safety of customers and staff.
Reconfigured office workspaces to comply with social distancing requirements for the health and safety of customers and staff.
Installed a new high definition digital camera security system in the Clerk-Recorder and Elections divisions in order to enhance security for staff and the public that visit our office for services.
The Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters consulted with the County’s General Services Agency for an agency walk-through security assessment. The purpose of the assessment was to identify all exits and emergency exits for each section of the agency to prepare for an office threat or active shooter situation. Safe rooms were identified and equipped with “Run-Hide-Fight” instructions, trauma and first aid kits, emergency building exit supplies, and telephones were installed for emergency communication. Safety updates were provided to staff and included an agency tour of panic alarm locations, instructions on what to do and what NOT to do during an emergency, and tunnel exit tours were coordinated with GSA Security. Staff was also provided with laminated “Run-Hide-Fight” pocket cards. In addition, staff was encouraged to enroll in the “Stop the Bleed” training offered by the County of Ventura.
Participated in the East County Local Assistance Center during the Woolsey and Hill Fires and provided vital and official records at no cost to 33 customers directly affected by the fires. In addition to staffing the East County Local Assistance Center, we extended our East County Office hours to include weekends to accommodate additional customers in their time of need.
Mark Lunn was selected to represent the California Association of Clerks and Election Officials on the Fair Political Practices Commission’s Enforcement Review Task Force to review the Commission’s enforcement policies and practices.
In the fall of 2017, the Elections Division Warehouse was evaluated to ensure it was providing maximum efficiencies. After the evaluation, it was decided to expand the single purpose warehouse from an Elections warehouse to a Clerk-Recorder, Registrar Departmental Warehouse. Numerous efficiencies were the result, including a pilot program to store non-essential Clerk-Recorder, Registrar materials at the General Services Warehouse facility located within the Government Center property. The space savings created space for workstations to be set-up for two primary warehouse employees who were previously stationed in the main office. In addition to the warehouse employees being located close to their work area, the move also frees up office space for the anticipated voter influx during the 2018 Primary and Gubernatorial elections. The partnership between General Services Agency and Clerk-Recorder, Registrar to move records from off-site storage to the General Services Warehouse will provide quicker access to documents making customer service and associated processes better.
Developed a 10-year office space plan to align with current and future business needs and objectives. The Clerk’s office was reconfigured to promote efficiency and increase productivity in daily operations.
Mark Lunn was selected to be a member of the California Association of Clerks and Election Officials (CACEO) Secretary of State Transition Committee which works closely with Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
Mark Lunn is a member of the California Association of Clerks and Election Officials (CACEO) Legislative Voting Opportunities Committee which is exploring future voting opportunities.
Ventura County Board of Supervisors unanimously requested on July 27, 2010, that newly-elected County Clerk and Recorder Mark Lunn get to work immediately on his plans for revitalizing and modernizing the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office – five months prior to the official start of his four-year term of office as the 19th elected Ventura County Clerk and Recorder.
The Ventura County Clerk and Recorder has agreed to use its office in the Ventura Government Center as a public drop-off location for worn American Flags. The Flag Retirement Program, implemented by the Ventura County General Services Agency, accepts worn flags which are then collected by local Boy Scouts and presented to veterans for proper retirement.
Mark Lunn identified the new core mission of the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office as “Preserving History and Protecting Democracy” for the customers, voters, and taxpayers of Ventura County.
Launched a redesigned County Clerk and Recorder integrated website with improved access, information, and customer service features. This included a first-ever “Election Night Reporting” feature to offer enhanced and customizable election results information, precinct reporting maps, and graphing capabilities to provide transparency and efficiency to Ventura County voters and local media.
Installed integrated security camera system throughout the Clerk and Recorder and Elections offices to enhance customer and staff safety, prevent identity theft, and track movement of ballots and voting equipment during election periods.
Redesigned County Clerk and Recorder official seal to reduce ability to counterfeit and to more accurately depict the three major divisions of the office: Clerk, Recorder, and Elections.
Mark Lunn unanimously elected to the Board of Directors of the California Association of Clerks and Election Officials and as Secretary of the County Recorders’ Association of California, to further represent the interests of Ventura County citizens on a statewide level.
Clerk and Recorder’s Office implemented new debit/credit card option for customers in both our main Ventura and East County offices. For a nominal $2.50 fee for transactions up to $1,500, customers may use their MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or VISA (debit only at this time) cards to charge for services. This new service provides our customers added convenience and savings and is an enhancement of our existing “VitalChek” system which allows online debit/credit card purchases.
Connected the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office with the online communities of Facebook, Twitter, and You Tube to provide 21st Century social media interface to Clerk and Recorder services and upcoming events.
Redesigned a more modern and open Clerk and Recorder lobby area to encourage easier access and reduce waiting times for our customers.
Registered three new “domain names” to facilitate public online search for recording and elections information: (1) VenturaClerkRecorder.org; (2) VenturaVote.org; and (3) ClerkandRecorder.com.
Strengthened security procedures for all visitors to Clerk and Recorder and Elections offices, including comprehensive video surveillance and new visitor identification badges and visitor log.
Mark Lunn spoke at the Legal Clerk’s night on January 14, 2014, at the Wedgewood Banquet Facility in Ventura. Mr. Lunn discussed recent legislative changes that affect the County Clerk and Recorder’s office and our customers.
Revised legislative, district, and precinct boundaries to conform with 2010 Census data.
Mark Lunn participated in the “Voter Accessibility/Voters With Disabilities” seminar at the San Francisco Elections Center on January 30, 2014.
Coordinated the destruction of 862 Notary Journals from 1997 to 2007 as part of the Clerk-Recorder’s ongoing assessment to consolidate and destroy records per its Records Retention Plan.
Opened and operated a station at the Local Assistance Fire Recovery Center for two weeks, including evenings and weekends, to provide more than 600 copies of vital and official records at no cost to those directly affected by the Thomas Fire. A very special thank you to the following Clerk-Recorder who volunteered their time at the center to aid those in need: Jessie, Laurie, Kristi, Eder, Jeff, Chiupin, Laura P., Robert, Laura R., Irma, Preston, David H., Kim, Monica, Mitch, Jason, Jessica, Christina O., and Lawrence. Thank you for your compassion!
Completed a comprehensive examination of agency Deputy Appointments and Oaths of Office filed with the Clerk and Recorder; communicated with numerous County agencies to request revocations and revisions as necessary, to bring records current to date.
Opened the first Clerk and Recorder East County Office (located at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza) after a successful three year pilot-project in partnership with the Thousand Oaks City Clerk’s Office to provide Clerk and Recorder services locally to the 40% of our customers who reside in the East County and to reduce the time and vehicle trips required to drive to the Government Center in Ventura. The added space allowed the Clerk and Recorder to expand its East County services to include wedding ceremonies and public search stations.
Partnered with a local artist to design and paint a Trompe L’oeil mural capturing the landscape of Ventura County in the Clerk and Recorder wedding room to provide customers with a spectacular backdrop for wedding ceremonies.
Constructed a wedding room in 2015 with soundproof walls that allows for more private and intimate ceremonies. The new room can accommodate 23 guests; the smaller room it had replaced had a maximum capacity of eight guests.
Completed a Military Service Records Assistance Project to reduce the time required for veterans to obtain their needed benefits. Many of the original military records that these veterans needed to document their right to receive benefits had been completely destroyed during a 1973 fire at the Overland, Missouri National Records Center. To help replace these records, the Clerk and Recorder retrieved more than 32,000 individual military service discharge records that had been recorded in Ventura County from 1905 through 1999. These records will allow those veterans to document their service to our country and to finally receive the benefits that they have sacrificed so much to earn.
The Clerk’s Office set an all-time record by performing 46 wedding ceremonies on Valentine’s Day 2015, including two vow renewal ceremonies. The previous record of 44 ceremonies was reached on February 14, 2014.
Reduced time to 10 business days required for customers to receive their official recorded documents in the mail.
Introduced online marriage and fictitious business name applications for customers.
Introduced outdoor wedding ceremonies for larger wedding parties.
Mark Lunn and Supervisor Kathy Long co-introduced a new domestic partnership program at the Ventura County Board of Supervisors during the first of two public hearings on January 28. This new program will close the last-remaining gap by ensuring that all residents of Ventura County are afforded the full domestic partnership/marriage services available to them by law.
Successfully transitioned from traditional polling places to in-person voting locations during the 2020 Presidential Election, requiring a new human resources process and equipment purchase.
Increased the number of secure official ballot drop boxes from 12 to 34 during the 2020 Presidential Election.
Created a comprehensive video series outreach campaign, with strategically staggered release dates, to notify the public of significant changes to the voting process leading up to the November 2020 Presidential Election.
Secured two additional temporary office locations for elections staff and warehouse functions for social distancing purposed and to strategically separate key roles in the election process should a COVID outbreak occur during the 2020 Presidential Election cycle.
Increased number of registered voters in Ventura County to record high of 502,095 during the November 2020 Presidential Election as a result of targeted community and media outreach.
Certified 38 federal, state, and local elections, including a record seven elections in a single year-2013.
Purchased a new, federally- and State-certified, ADA-compliant voting equipment system that provides touchscreen ballot marking, paper ballot printing, scanning for ballot tabulation, ballot adjudication, and options for military and overseas voting. The new system, purchased using State and federal grants at zero net county cost, will be deployed during the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election.
In order to facilitate the efficiency of the Elections Division, the warehouse layout was reviewed and redesigned. Obsolete shelving units were removed, and storage areas were made to be flexible. Additionally, a power lift device was purchased to reduce the possibility of employee injury when moving heavy 50 lb. batteries used in polling places. The result is a facility that is less cumbersome to navigate and extremely flexible for both storage and Election night processing.
Instituted a new and improved outreach campaign aimed at increasing the volume of ballots being dropped off at designated “Official Ballot Drop Off Locations.” The Elections Division placed drop off locations at each City Hall and the Ventura County Government Center, and heavily promoted their use. In addition to revised Vote By Mail Ballot inserts, we included the convenience and ease of use at each public outreach meeting. As a result of these efforts, the Ventura County Elections Division saw an increase in the number of ballots dropped off before Election Day of 174%. The early arrival of the ballots added to the ability of the Elections Division to beat the 30-day deadline for certification, despite having a midterm election voter turnout not seen in 36 years.
The June 2018 Statewide Direct Election marked the deployment of new Vote By Mail (VBM) drop off boxes. The extra-large capacity VBM drop boxes were the result of Elections staff’s discussion on improving the voter experience in 2018. Two extra-large capacity VBM drop boxes were installed in front of the Ventura County Government Center Hall of Administration, one of which is a drive-up drop box eliminating the need for voters to park and enter the building. Additionally, each of the 10 City Clerk’s offices located in Ventura County received a new improved larger capacity VBM ballot drop off box. A new campaign encouraging the use of the convenient option was also undertaken and promoted in the new voter information flyer sent with each VBM ballot. Over 13,000 ballots were returned using this method in the June 2018 Statewide Direct Election, an increase of more than 4,500 from the last comparable election. The program is success and continues to promote a quick, safe, and convenient way for voters to participate in the election process.
Introduced mobile voter registration to Ventura County residents with a texting program to encourage civic engagement among smartphone users. Users can register to vote or confirm voter information through text messaging by texting “Ventura County” to “2VOTE” (28683).
Participated in High School Voter Educations Weeks April 17-28, 2017, by visiting 25 local high schools to promote civic education and participation on campus and foster an environment that cultivates lifelong voters and active citizens.
In January 2017 the Elections Division took the initiative to evaluate website materials and information provided by the Candidate Filing Section. The goal was to make the forms and handbooks more readable to voters and candidates. Three handbooks were revised, and all forms now undergo a readability evaluation before being posted to our website. By eliminating the overuse of technical phrases and terms, we have enhanced voter experience in a very real and meaningful way.
Installed a vinyl vehicle wrap on the Elections van to provide outreach to encourage citizens to register to vote and recruit nearly 2,000 volunteers needed to staff over 360 polling places on Election Day.
Collaborated with the County of Ventura Public Information Officer and the Ventura County News Channel to film the video “Counting the Vote” to offer an inside look behind the scenes at the Elections Division and highlight the voting process in Ventura County and answer the common question, “what happens to my ballot?”
Redesigned the Poll Worker Training Program to incorporate election clerk feedback and provide nearly 2,000 poll workers that volunteer their time with the tools they need to successfully manage their assigned polling place and facilitate election procedures in compliance with California Elections Code.
Implemented an Elections Call Center to streamline the influx of calls received during peak election cycles.
Mark Lunn participated in 2014 and 2016 Newbury Park High School mock elections to encourage civic engagement in local students.
Opened a new voting room to allow all registered voters an opportunity to vote up to 29 days before an election.
The Ventura County Clerk and Recorder Elections Division worked collectively with the California Secretary of State’s Office to launch VoteCal, a centralized voter registration database, in Ventura County two months ahead of schedule. VoteCal is the first step in the future of voting in California.
Ventura County Elections Officials received the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund’s “Smart Voter Award 2015.” The award was presented in recognition of their vital role in providing data for SmartVoter.org and for delivering personalized, nonpartisan information about candidates and measures to voters in Ventura County.
The Ventura County Clerk and Recorder’s Office worked in conjunction with the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office on a landmark voter fraud case that led to the first voter fraud conviction in Ventura County for the last 30 years. The recent conviction sends a clear message – do not commit voter fraud in Ventura County.
Increased the number of permanent Vote By Mail (VBM) voters by more than 16,000 in one quarter as a result of an extensive direct mail effort.
Mark Lunn received the Registered Election Official (REO) designation by completing The Election Center’s intense and challenging certification program specifically tailored to teach election requirements and procedures of individual states.
Launched the VC Elections Mobile App in 2014 which allows users, at no cost, to view real-time elections information via smartphone or tablet. Information and links available within the app provide both registered and non-registered voters access to: voter registration, election night results, candidate filing schedules and forms, poll worker opportunities, and resources for voters serving in the military or overseas. The app also features a countdown clock which tracks the number of days remaining before the next election, the last day to register to vote, and the first day to request a Vote By Mail ballot. In 2015, the VC Elections App was recognized as part of the County of Ventura’s innovative use of technology awarded by the Center for Digital Government.
The Ventura County Clerk and Recorder partners with National Voter Registration Day, held on annually on the fourth Tuesday of September, to help raise awareness about voter registration.
Mark Lunn designated by the National Elections Center as a “Certified Elections/Registration Administrator (CERA),” the first Ventura County official to earn this certification. This designation required completion of a 12-course curriculum at Auburn University. This is the highest professional designation available to elections and voter registration officials and has been achieved by only 3% of elections officials nationwide. Mark Lunn completed additional courses and workshops to renew his CERA designation in 2015.
Implemented Ventura County’s first “Elections Voter Fraud Program” to identify, investigate, refer for prosecution, and deter all cases of potential voter fraud discovered during the voter registration, petition-circulating, and vote-casting process.
Negotiated contract for new campaign finance website, launched in November 2013, offering a new Campaign Finance Online Filing software program with improved campaign finance reporting and online search capabilities for candidates, committees, and the public.
Automated elections process with state-of-the-art ballot processing equipment (signature verification/sorter and envelope opener/extractor) to reduce time and labor costs required to verify and process Vote By Mail ballots during an election. Mark Lunn’s personal testimony before the California State Voting Modernization Board to request available State funding reimbursement for this equipment resulted in significantly higher savings than anticipated for local taxpayers.
Implemented Online Voter Registration Program.
Participated in 110 community outreach events to register voters, recruit volunteers to work at the polls, and foster an awareness of elections and voting opportunities.
Installed Vote By Mail “drop-off box” outside the Ventura County Government Center Hall of Administration to allow voters the convenience of returning their voted ballots 24/7 without the need to park or schedule their visit during regular working hours.
Mark Lunn met with the County Superintendent of Schools to identify additional opportunities for local high school students to acquire public work experience by volunteering as poll workers during elections.
Implemented new changes allowing uniformed (including our military) and overseas voters to request to receive their Vote By Mail ballot by e-mail (in addition to US Mail and FAX).
Fiscal, Human Resources and Administrative Services Accomplishments
Hired 500% more temporary help for the 2020 Presidential Election compared to previous elections using the County’s multifaceted hiring process.
The fiscal section continues to evaluate process improvements to adapt to ever changing processes. The fiscal team streamlined the retention of many payroll-related fiscal documents. Previously, fiscal would download and print biweekly reports as well as save electronic copies. The process was improved to only save electronic copies and print reports as needed. This improvement will yield over $1,000 savings in labor and supply costs annually resulting in a cost savings contribution to the overall budget.
A Cummins Allison iFX i100 Currency Counter and Check Processing Machine was purchased and implemented. Rather than staff manually counting their money at the start and close of each business day, the machine processes the currency automatically. This currency counter machine also has an automated check and counterfeit feature. Using this machine also increases efficiency, accuracy, and reduces errors as the Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters handles over two million dollars in cash and checks on an annual basis.
Participated in the Finance Unit of the Thomas Fire Recovery Team led by the Ventura Sheriff Office of Emergency Services and the County Executive Office. Team accomplishments include completing the damage worksheet, incident response and Local Assistance Center’s cost estimates, as well as completing the CAL EMA95 request for public assistance and administering all Thomas Fire payroll entries based on the Board of Supervisor’s approval of permissible time off due to the fire.
The County Clerk-Recorder, Registrar of Voters underwent an audit of the Social Security Truncation Program by the Auditor-Controller for the period July 1, 2013 through November 30, 2017. Our outstanding Fiscal Division’s comprehensive recordkeeping contributed to a smooth and efficient audit process. Audit results verified the funds generated by the fee were used only for the purpose of the program as described in Government Code §§ 27300 through 27307.
Processed, evaluated, and coordinated the hiring process of 368 applications and filled 86 extra-help positions in the 2016-17 fiscal year to assist with the 2016 Primary and General Presidential Elections.
Initiated an electronic performance management program to modernize the employee review process and increase efficiency for supervisors and staff.
250,877 documents were recorded in 2020 compared to 165,658 in 2019, the highest number of recordings since 2012. The Recording section worked diligently to meet the demand with reduced staff during a pandemic.
Increased real property recordings submitted electronically from 40% to 55% as an alternative of hard copy paper documents being submitted over the counter and received by mail.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, implemented a staff telework program that resulted in higher number of data entry figures measured daily.
Mark Lunn was unanimously elected President of the County Recorders’ Association of California for a two-year term beginning January 1, 2020.
The recording section continues to increase the number of documents that are recorded electronically versus hard copy. Over the last quarter, electronic recordings have increased by 8%. The electronic recording process is green as it eliminates the need for postage and envelopes for the customer and the Clerk-Recorder. The electronic recording process also improves overall recording time when documents are rejected and returned due to not meeting the required criteria.
Created customized, ornamental envelopes for vital record orders, including birth and marriage certificates for safe keeping. Our customers appreciate this additional service we provide as it demonstrates our care when handling these important life records.
Mark Lunn was unanimously elected Vice President of the County Recorders’ Association of California for a two-year term beginning January 1, 2018.
Mark Lunn was unanimously elected Treasurer of the County Recorders’ Association of California for a two-year term beginning January 1, 2016.
Mark Lunn presented at the 2015 Property Records Education Partners (PREP) Seminar held in Riverside, California. PREP provides a forum for stakeholders of the property records industry to work together more effectively.
Implemented Ventura County’s first “Electronic Recording system” for real estate documents to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Mark Lunn is a member of the Ventura County Real Estate Fraud Advisory Team (REFAT), a partnership of community leaders and experts dedicated to preventing and combating real estate fraud in Ventura County. Recent actions by the Clerk Recorder, in collaboration with the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office, to combat real estate fraud have included: (1) mailing letters to homeowners alerting them about fraudulent loan modification services; and (2) mailing Quitclaim Deed Notices to homeowners notifying them when a change of ownership document has been recorded to protect homeowners from potential real estate fraud.
Implemented new office policy to require individuals to present valid identification when requesting certified copies of vital records (birth, marriage, and death certificates) to protect citizens from identify theft.
Implemented ongoing historical restoration project to preserve official and vital records and ensure public access to these rare documents dating back to the 1800s.
Community Outreach Events
Simi Valley Youth Employment Service Job and Career Expo (March 16)
Language Accessibility Advisory Committee (April 3)
Oxnard Earth Day Festival (April 13)
High School Voter Education Weeks (April 15 – 26)
Latino Business Expo (May 2)
Oxnard Juneteenth Festival (June 15)
Language Accessibility Advisory Committee (July 10)
Voter Accessibility Advisory Committee (July 10)
Ventura County Fair (August 7 & 8)
Ventura County Pride (August 17)
CSUCI Move-in Day (August 23)
National Voter Registration Day (September 24)
High School Voter Education Weeks (September 16 – 27)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 5)
Language Accessibility Advisory Committee (October 16)
Presentation and voting equipment demonstration for OLLI class and undergraduate class at CSUCI (October 9)
Voter Accessibility Advisory Committee (October 16)
Presentation and voting equipment demonstration for residents at University Village (October 16)
Presentation and voting equipment demonstration for Conejo Valley Republican Women at Los Robles Greens (October 18)
Chinese Cultural Festival (November 9)
Language Accessibility Advisory Committee (LAAC) (February 20)
Voter Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC) (February 20)
Simi Valley Youth Employment Service Job and Career Expo (March 24)
Oxnard Earth Day (April 14)
Latino Business Expo (May 3)
Family Care & Resource Fair (May 24)
Oxnard Juneteenth Festival (June 16)
County of Ventura Job Fair (June 21)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 6)
Latino Business Expo (October 25)
Oxnard Earth Day Festival (April 15)
Simi Valley Youth Employment Service Job and Career Expo (April 22)
Latino Business Expo (May 4)
Family Care & Resource Fair (May 25)
Oxnard Juneteenth Festival (June 17)
Oxnard International Festival (August 20)
Oxnard College Expo (August 30)
Ventura Farmers Market at Pacific View Mall (September 13)
Constitution Day at Moorpark College (September 18)
Constitution Day for Ventura Adult Education (September 18)
Partnership with Ventura College Constitution Day (September 18)
Simi Valley Madir (September 22)
Moorpark College National Voter Registration Day (September 25)
National Voter Registration Day (September 26)
Make a Difference Day (September 30)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 7)
Santa Paula Senior Center (October 11)
Oxnard Farmers Market (October 12)
Latino Business Expo (October 26)
Wilson Senior Center Voter Outreach (November 9)
Oxnard Veteran Day Celebration (November 11)
Cal Lutheran University, Political Science Department Registration Drive (November 15)
Santa Paula Latino Town Hall (December 1)
Oxnard Earth Day Festival (April 9)
Latino Business Expo (April 28)
Oxnard Juneteenth Festival (June 18)
Moorpark College Constitution Day (September 15)
National Voter Registration Day (September 27)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 1)
Conejo Chinese Culture Association Seminar (October 15)
Thousand Oaks Street Fair (October 16)
Latino Business Expo (October 27)
Oxnard Earth Day Festival (April 4)
Simi Valley Youth Employment Service Job and Career Expo (April 11)
Thousand Oaks Arbor Earth Day Festival (April 18)
Latino Business Expo (April 23)
Simi Valley Street Fair (May 9)
Oxnard Revival Center Health & Job Fair (June 6)
Oxnard Juneteenth Festival (June 20)
Camarillo Fiesta & Street Fair (July 11-12)
Welcome Home Military & Veteran Expo (August 15)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 3)
Thousand Oaks Street Fair (October 18)
Latino Business Expo (October 29)
10th Annual Senior and Caregiver Conference (November 21)
Oxnard Tamale Festival (December 5)
Oxnard Earth Day Festival (April 5)
Thousand Oaks Arbor Earth Day (April 5)
Latino Business Expo (April 24)
Simi Valley Youth Employment Service Job and Career Expo (April 26)
Simi Valley Street Fair (May 10)
Camarillo Fiesta and Street Fair (July 11 – July 13)
Santa Paula Citrus Classic Balloon Festival (July 25 – July 26)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 4)
Thousand Oaks Street Fair (October 19)
Latino Business Expo (October 23)
Oxnard Tamale Festival (December 6)
Oxnard Earth Day Festival (April 6)
Thousand Oaks Earth Day Festival (April 13)
Simi Valley Street Fair (May 11)
Santa Paula Citrus Classic Balloon Festival (July 27)
Latino Business Festival Elections Outreach (September 26)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival Elections Outreach (October 5)
Thousand Oaks Street Fair Elections Outreach (October 20)
Oxnard Tamale Festival (December 7)
Latino Business Expo (April 12)
Oxnard Earth Day Festival (April 14)
Camarillo Earth Day Festival (April 21)
Thousand Oaks Earth Day Festival (April 28)
Simi Valley Youth Job and Career Expo (May 5)
Latino Business Expo (September 27)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 6)
City of Oxnard Earth Day Festival (April 9)
Latino Business Expo (April 28)
Thousand Oaks Earth Day Celebration (April 30)
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Conference (May 21)
Santa Paula Citrus Classic Balloon Festival (July 29 and 31)
Latino Business Expo (September 29)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 1)
Santa Paula Citrus Balloon Festival (July 30-31)
Latino Mobilization Action 2010 (August 25)
Latino Business Expo (September 23)
Oxnard Multicultural Festival (October 2)
KKZZ 1400AM “The Dr. Bunny Show” (October 6)
Area Board 9 Voters With Disabilities (October 12)
Moorpark College Student Civic Day (October 14)
Presidential General Election (November 3)
Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Special General Member Vacancy Election (July 6)
25th Congressional District Short Term Special General Election (May 12)
Presidential Primary Election (March 3)
25th Congressional District Short Term Special Primary Election (March 3)
Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Special General Member Vacancy Election (September 16)
Statewide Direct Primary Election (June 5)
Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Association General Member Election (October 1)
Statewide General Election (November 6)
Oak Park Unified School District Special Parcel Tax Election (May 2)
Ventura County Board of Retirement Special General Member Vacancy Election (May 30)
Ventura County General Member Retirement Election (November 27)
Ventura County Safety Member Retirement Election (November 27)
Ventura County Community Facilities District No. 2015-01 Election (January 26)
Presidential Primary Election (June 7)
Presidential General Election (November 8)
Ventura County Waterworks District No. 38 Election (May 5)
Thousand Oaks Special Municipal Vacancy Election (June 2)
UDEL General Election (November 3)
Ventura County Retirement Board General Member Election (November 30)
Gubernatorial Primary Election (June 3)
Gubernatorial General Election (November 4)
Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Association General Member Election (February 19)
Landowner General District Election (May 7)
Oxnard Special Municipal Vacancy Election (June 4)
Casitas Municipal Water District-Community Facilities District-2013-1 (Ojai) Election (August 27)
45th Assembly District Special Primary Election (September 17)
Consolidated General Election (November 5)
45th Assembly District Special General Election (November 19)
Presidential Primary Election (June 5)
Presidential General Election (November 6)
Special Primary Election for the 17th Senatorial District (February 15)
Landowner General District Election (May 3)
Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Association General Member Election (July 1)
Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Association Safety Member Election (July 1)
Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Association Retired Member Election (September 23)
Consolidated General Election (November 8 )
Gubernatorial General Election (November 2)