2018 Election Center
ELECTION DAY IS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH
This election is poised to be one of the most important in the history of our country. Up and down the ballot we will have the opportunity to vote to elect labor and long term care champions that will fight for issues that matter to caregivers and those we care for.
This election is our chance to make our voices heard on the issues that impact our families and our communities. We will have the opportunity to vote for leaders to represent us at the federal, state, county, and city level. We will also have the opportunity to vote on key propositions that deal with issues of transportation and affordable housing.
In an election clouded by division and hate, California’s working people can show the rest of the country a beacon of hope. We know we can make our communities great by investing in our future, in our children, and creating a society that is fair and full of opportunities for EVERYONE.
For a list of candidates who share the same ideals and values as SEIU Local 2015, please follow this link to our VoteUnion.com site.
The last day to register to vote for this Election is October 22nd. You can register online at RegisterToVote.ca.gov
ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONAL RESOURCES:
- Find your polling place on Election Day: www.sos.ca.gov/elections/polling-place
- Download your California Voter Bill of Rights from the Secretary of State.
- Learn about assistance available for people with disabilities.
- Learn more about who and what is on your ballot.
- Voter information available in other minority languages.
Learn about what will be on your ballot by visiting SEIU California’s comprehensive voter guide at VoteUnion.com
- You have the right to vote if you are a registered voter.
- Most of the time you will not be required to show ID at your polling location, find out more here: www.votersedge.org/en/ca/ballot/election/area/39/section/voting-info?id=ocd-division/country:us/state:ca#menu-item-do-i-have-to-show-identification-to-vote
- If your name is not on the list of registered voters at your polling place you have the right to cast a provisional ballot.
- You have the right to vote if you are still in line when the polls close.
- You have the right to get help casting your ballot from anyone you choose, except from your employer or union representative.
- You have the right to drop off your completed vote-by-mail ballot at any polling place in the county where you are registered to vote.
- You have the right to get election materials in a language other than English if enough people in your voting precinct speak that language.
- State and federal laws require polling places to be physically accessible to voters with disabilities.
- A misdemeanor conviction does not affect your right to vote at all. You can vote in all elections. Other restrictions apply if you have been convicted of a felony or are on parole.
Sources: League of Women Voters of California Education Fund and the California Secretary of State
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