ALEX PADILLA | SECRETARY OF STATE | STATE OF CALIFORNIA ELECTIONS DIVISION

1500 11th Street, 5th Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814 | Tel 916.657.2166 | Fax 916.653.3214 | www.sos.ca.gov

March 9, 2016

County Clerk/Registrar of Voters (CC/ROV) Memorandum #16083 TO:

All County Clerks/Registrars of Voters

FROM:

/s/ Jenny Chernis-Sanders Associate Elections Analyst

RE:

Presidential Primary: CalVoter Reporting Schedule

A CalVoter Reporting Schedule is attached for your use during the June 7, 2016, Presidential Primary Election. This schedule provides important deadlines and will assist with CalVoter file management during this election. If you have any questions about this or any other CalVoter matter, please call the CalVoter Help Desk at (888) 868-3225. Thank you.

2016 Presidential Primary Election CALVOTER Reporting Schedule Date

Description

March 9, 2016 (E-90)

NCOA Processing Suspended SOS suspends processing National Change of Address pursuant to California Administrative Code, Title 2, Division 7, Chapter 2, section 20108.50, and the National Voter Registration Act. Auto-County Documentation Available Statewide Direct Primary template files, Presidential Primary template files, and the Auto-County User’s Guide will be available for Auto-County election reporting. These files may be retrieved from the CALVOTER workstation. 60-Day Close of Registration No later than E-50, counties must report their registration totals as of E-60 (April 8, 2016). In addition to the normal Report of Registration, a full LOAD file and precinct mapping file are sent. These files are used to generate the mailing labels for the Statewide Voter Information Guide. Certification Testing for Auto-County Election Reporting All counties that will be electronically reporting their election results on Election Night must complete Auto-County Certification no later than E-4. (Please see the Auto-County Users’ Guide for more information about certification.) Verification Mailings Suspended SOS requests that each county mail a VRC to any voter identified in their daily DMV-Change of Address files between these dates in order to ensure that affected voters will receive a VRC in time to update their registration information for the June 7, 2016, Presidential Primary. ***PLEASE***DO NOT SEND “M” FILES System Test of Election Night Reporting System #1 All counties that have been certified for electronic auto-county reporting, as well as counties that will be reporting via direct KDE should participate. Counties must participate in at least one test. 15-Day Close of Registration Counties must report no later than E-7 their registration as of E-15 (May 23, 2016). ***PLEASE***DO NOT SEND LOAD OR PRECINCT FILES CALVOTER Blackout Period Begins No LOAD files will be processed during this time period. California Administrative Code, Title 2, Division 7, Chapter 2, section 20108.18(c), and California Elections Code section 15372. Please continue to send Update files, Mailing Files, and DMV Validation files (DL). ***PLEASE***DO NOT SEND LOAD FILES System Test of Election Night Reporting System #2 All counties that have been certified for electronic auto-county reporting, as well as counties that will be reporting via direct KDE should participate. Counties must participate in at least one test. FINAL System Test of Election Night Reporting System All counties that have been certified for electronic auto-county reporting, as well as counties that will be reporting via direct KDE should participate. Counties must participate in at least one test. SOV/SSOV Template Files Available SOV/SSOV Template files available at the CALVOTER Workstation for reporting Official Canvass Results. ELECTION DAY / Semi-Official Canvass Counties must submit returns at least every two hours until completed. All counties must submit final returns before shutting down. Counties must verbally go over final numbers with SOS prior to leaving for the night.

April 5, 2016 (E-63)

April 8, 2016 – April 18, 2016 (E-60 – E-50)

April 25, 2016 – June 3, 2016 (E-43 – E-4)

April 29, 2016 – May 23, 2016 (E-39 – E-15)

May 18, 2016 8a.m. – Noon (E-20) May 23, 2016 – May 31, 2016 (E-15 – E-7) May 24, 2016 – July 7, 2016 (E-14 – E+30)

May 25, 2016 8a.m. – Noon (E-13) June 1, 2016 8a.m. – Noon (E-6) June 3, 2016 (E-4) June 7, 2016

CALVOTER files to send*

  

LOAD file Precinct Mapping file (PCTPRT.TXT) ROR file (RORDATA.TXT)



ROR file (RORDATA.TXT)

 

Update files (U) Verification Mailings (M) DMV Validations (DL)





ER Regular & Final reports

2016 Presidential Primary CalVoter Reporting Schedule Page 2 of 2  ER Update reports Official Canvass Counties should submit update reports periodically to update their election returns while they conduct their Official Canvass. NCOA Processing Resumes SOS resumes processing of the change of address notices pursuant to California Administrative Code, Title 2, Division 7, Chapter 2, section 20108.50, and the National Voter Registration Act. July 5, 2016 Statement of Results to Secretary of State – Presidential Delegates (E+28) By this date, the county elections official shall send to the Secretary of State, in an electronic format, one complete copy of the returns for all persons voted for at the presidential primary for delegates to the national conventions. July 7, 2016 CALVOTER Blackout Period Ends** (E+30) Load Files may be sent and processed after this date. July 8, 2016  ER SOV report Statement of Vote Reporting Deadline (E+31) Counties must submit their SOV/SSOV to SOS no later than E+31.  ER SSOV report August 9, 2016 Vote History**  Vote History Update (E+60) Counties must submit registrant Voting History Update that identifies the registrants who voted in the Presidential Primary Election. Pursuant to California Administrative Code, Title 2, Division 7, Chapter 2, section 20108.75. * CALVOTER files in Bold are required. CALVOTER files in italics may optionally be directly keyed by the county or reported on paper. June 9, 2016 – July 7, 2016 (E+2 – E+30) June 13, 2016 (E+6)

Counties should continue to submit regular Registrant Load/Update files according to the guidelines that have been adopted. Counties whose voter registration system will not support the UPDATE file type may submit full LOAD files. **Once VoteCal becomes system of record, the CalVoter tasks will be replaced by VoteCal functionality. VoteCal is anticipated to become system of record June 2016.

Presidential Primary: CalVoter Reporting Schedule - State of California

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