Elections

The City Clerk is the elections official for the City of Farmersville , responsible for conducting municipal elections and provides election support to officeholders, candidates, and ballot measure proponents and opponents.

The City of Farmersville regular General Municipal Election is held on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November on even-numbered years. The City Council is comprised of five elected councilmembers with staggered four-year terms. There is no limit to the number of terms an individual can serve on the City Council.

The next general municipal election will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2022. 
To be eligible to run for City Council, a candidate must be a resident of Farmersville and a registered voter at the time nomination papers are issued. The candidate nomination period is determined by Election Code and begins 113 days prior to the election date. 

 

Candidates must wait until the nomination period begins to obtain a nomination packet from the City Clerk.


As we have done for many years, the City of Farmersville has requested the Tulare County Registrar of Voters (Elections Department) to conduct the City of Farmersville elections in conjunction with other local elections. 

Tulare County Elections 
 

Candidates are encouraged to contact the City Clerk for more information prior to raising or spending money towards a campaign for office. The City Clerk can be reached at 559-747-0458 ex. 1003 

 

For detailed information about running for elective office, and to view information regarding candidates. 


Questions Frequently Asked By Candidates-  Frequently Asked Questions 

 

Election Certification 

Certified Statement


Candidates

- Gregorio Gomez 

   Form 700

   Form 470

- Danny Valdovinos

  Form 700

  Form 470