Have your ballot? Now what? Elect Justice & Voter's Edge Can Help!

Have your ballot? Now what? Elect Justice & Voter's Edge Can Help!

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Your ballot will arrive in your mailbox any moment now. Do you know who you’re voting for? Have you researched the ballot measures? We can help.

Haven’t received your ballot? Track it at WheresMyBallot.sos.ca.gov.

NEW: Learn more about the local candidates who impact your criminal justice system with Elect Justice CA. This brand new tool, created in partnership with the League and several community partners, helps voters make informed voting decisions about the candidates who shape their local criminal justice system: district attorneys, judges, sheriffs, mayors, and city council members.

With plain language job descriptions and candidate info from Voter’s Edge, voters can trust they’re getting accurate information to make confident decisions on local issues. Once voters have learned about their local candidates, Elect Justice directs them to Voter’s Edge for more facts on other races and measures on their ballot.

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Get the facts before you vote. Learn more about what’s on the rest of your ballot using our nonpartisan online guide, Voter’s Edge. From the president all the way down to your local school board, Voter’s Edge can help you get to know the candidates on your ballot. The site is also jam-packed with information about state and local ballot measures as well as funding sources and endorsements. Whether you have just 15 minutes, or hours, Voter’s Edge will help you get the facts to vote with confidence.

Donate today to help us share these vital tools with more voters.

A few reminders. Voting has changed during the pandemic but it is still easy and safe to vote. Every registered voter in California will receive a ballot in the mail. You can also still vote in person. Follow these three tips to make sure your ballot is counted:

  1. Sign your ballot envelope before returning it.
  2. Vote early - you can mail your ballot or return it at a Dropbox or other voting location. You may also be able to vote early in person.
  3. Track your ballot - WheresMyBallot also allows you to check the status of your ballot after you return it.

For more voting help, everything you need can be found on Voter’s Edge. Please vote on or before November 3, 2020.

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