Sacramento, CA - Only four days left until Election Day on November 6. The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund is encouraging voters to get the facts before they vote using the unbiased online guide, Voter’s Edge, to cast their ballots with confidence on Election Day.
Check out these tips to help Californians participate in the November 6 election:
- Missed the voter registration deadline? You can still register and vote at the same time at certain special locations - all the way through Election Day. Find locations and more
- Want to review your entire ballot in one place? View your ballot on Voter’s Edge by entering your address to see a personalized page with the contests, endorsements, top contributors, news articles, and videos. Save your choices and bring them with you to the polls
- Vote by mail? Make sure you sign your ballot envelope! You can also drop it off at a local polling place. Find yours on Voter’s Edge
- Looking for information in Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, or Korean? Check out the Easy Voter Guide
- Do you live in Madera, Napa, Nevada, Sacramento, or San Mateo County?
This election you have more days and more ways to vote! All registered voters are automatically mailed ballots returnable by mail, drop box, or at any Vote Center. Neighborhood polling places are now full-service, accessible Vote Centers, many of which offer bilingual assistance. If you missed the registration deadline, you can still register and vote at any Vote Center through Election Day! Find locations and more information.
Remember, you do not have to vote on everything for your vote to count. You can also bring your notes and your child into the voting booth with you. Grab a friend and go vote on November 6!
“Voting makes our democracy stronger and allows us to voice our opinions on the issues that matter to our communities. Get trustworthy facts about your ballot and vote with confidence on November 6” said LWVCEF President Helen Hutchison.
About Voter's Edge
Voter’s Edge is a joint project of MapLight and the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund made possible by generous support from the Kaphan Foundation, the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, and individual donors who support our work providing voters with a one-stop source of unbiased, nonpartisan information.
About the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
For more information on the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund (LWVCEF), visit cavotes.org
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The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund conducts our voter service and civic education activities. It is a 501(c)(3) corporation, a nonpartisan non-profit educational organization, which:
- Builds civic participation in the democratic process.
- Studies key community issues at all government levels in an unbiased manner.
- Enables people to seek positive solutions to public policy issues through education and conflict management.