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Check out the Easy Voter Guide in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean online now. easy voter guide, nonpartisan, voting, voter guide, California, Prop 50

 

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Should the state Constitution be amended to authorize the
Legislature to suspend its members, with or without salary and benefits?

Learn
about Proposition 50: Suspension of Legislators

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Each
political party has the option of allowing people who register to vote without
stating a political party preference ("no party preference" voters, formerly
"decline-to-state" voters) to vote in their presidential primary
election. 

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Buy the 16th edition of the Guide to California Government today on Amazon.

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Announcement

Buy the 16th edition of the Guide to California Government today on Amazon.

Looking for discounted bulk orders?

Buy more than 25 copies and get a 40% discount by lwvc [at] LWVC.ORG (contacting us) to order.

Announcement

Throughout our nation’s history, brave service men and women have sacrificed to protect and defend our democracy. The “Honor Veterans. Vote.” program will provide Californians a platform to dedicate their vote in honor of a family member or friend who has served in the military. Californians can submit their dedications online at the following link: http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/honor-vets-vote .

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1. I heard that California passed a New Motor Voter law.  What does it do?

Announcement

1. I heard that California passed a New Motor Voter law.  What does it do?

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The League of Women Voters of California (LWVC) is pleased to announce the release of their study about Public Higher Education in California.

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On Probation? On Community Supervision? Off Parole? You have the right to ‪‎vote. Many ‪‎Californians‬ mistakenly believe a criminal conviction keeps them from ‪‎voting‬. 

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