In the November 8th general election, you will be voting for your Congressperson in the House of Representatives, your U. S. Senator, and your representatives in state and local government. There will also be several ballot measures - proposed legislation to be approved or rejected by eligible voters.
9/20: National Voter Registration Day
11/8: Last Day to Register to Vote (After October 23, you may register and receive a conditional ballot)
11/8: Election Day
With 12% of the country's population, California is the most populous state in the nation. Because of this, California voters will play a crucial role in the nominating process. Elections can be decided by a handful of voters. By exercising your right to vote, you will be helping to shape the future. From the economy and health care to the environment and human rights, the stakes are high. Make your voice matter!
Check out Ballotpedia's List of 2020 Presidential Candidates for the complete list of candidates and links to their biographies.
For additional information on these individuals and their proposals to address the issues concerning citizens today, use the library's OneSearch tool to search under their name or if you want their stand on a particular issue, search under their name and the name of the issue, for example, Alex Padilla justice reform.
Additional recommended databases to use for these searches include the following:
Requested attribution statement: Adapted from Glendale Community College Library Vote 2022: A Guide to Election Resources (CC BY 4.0).
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