In case you haven't yet registered to vote, there's still time to have your voice heard in the June 5 primary.
Visit the Marin County Elections Department and fill out the voter registration form online. Whether you've never registered to vote, or you've moved from another district, you should register with the Elections Department.
Aside from all the campaigning for the White House that you've probably seen, there are also some hotly-contested local races and a key ballot measure. Corte Madera Vice-Mayor Diane Furst is challenging incumbent Steve Kinsey for the District 4 Marin County Board of Supervisors seat.
There are three candidates for two seats on the Ross Valley Sanitation District: Frank Egger, Marcia Johnson and Mary Sylla.
Other races include Superior Court Judge,State Assembly, U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate.
The big tobacco bill, Prop. 29, is also on the ballot, asking voters to decide if California should increase taxes on tobacco products.