H OL D I N GP OL I T I C I A N S A C C O UNT A B L E
VOTER RESOURCE GUIDE
In order to rebuild California, it’s important that we all vote thisNovember. To help answer questions you may have and make youaware of important dates and deadlines, we’ve put together thefollowing voter resource guide.
I you have additional questions orneed assistance, please call the Secretary o State ofceat (800) 345-8683 or visit www.sos.ca.gov.
HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE?
If ou’re not alread registered to vote, ou have until
, to register to votein the November 2nd general election. your Voter Registration Form must be postmarkedb October 18th or delivered to the Department of Motor Vehicles or an National VoterRegistration Act designated agenc. A voter registration form can be lled out online at the Secretar of State website(www.sos.ca.gov) or picked up at our count elections ofce, librar, or U.S. Post Ofce.
HOW DO I VOTE BY MAIL?
If ou are a registered voter and would prefer to vote-b-mail for the November 2nd election,our application must be received b
. you can use the application printed onour Sample Ballot that ou’ll receive prior to the election, or ou can write our count electionsofce to request one.
IF I’M A NEW CITIZEN, HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE?
If ou become a new citien after October 18, 2010, ou can still vote in the November 2ndgeneral election b going to our count elections ofce no later than
, andshowing proof of citienship and declaring that ou have established residenc in California.If ou became a new citien before October 18, 2010, simpl follow the regular voterregistration guidelines.
HOW CAN I FIND OUT WHERE TO VOTE?
Not sure of where to vote on November 2nd? your polling location can be found on thesample ballot ou receive in the mail or b contacting our count elections ofce. A listing of Count Election Ofces can be found at http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_d.htm
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