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Use www.smartvoter.org's mobile format to look up your personal ballot and polling place for the election tomorrow, June 8th. VOTE!

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Sacramento County has implemented a new voting process where a voter can come to the county election office, request a ballot and have the ballot printed on the spot. This new early voting system could potentially save the County thousands of dollars by avoiding pre-printing thousands of ballots used in the early voting period. The new system of ballot-on demand could be used to eatablish county-wide voting centers able to serve voters from all precincts. This innovative idea may make early voting more accessible and less expensive to operate.

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Sacramento County has implemented a new voting process where a voter can come to the county election office, request a ballot and have the ballot printed on the spot. This new early voting system could potentially save the County thousands of dollars by avoiding pre-printing thousands of ballots used in the early voting period. The new system of ballot-on demand could be used to eatablish county-wide voting centers able to serve voters from all precincts. This innovative idea may make early voting more accessible and less expensive to operate.

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Santa Clara is the first county in the country to accept voter registration forms completed and signed using a new technology developed by Verafirm. Voters filled out and signed registration forms using an electronic-signature pad  and the County accepted the forms.  Verafirm, a California Company, is developing the technology that they believe will be much more user-friendly than filling out a paper form, especially for young voters. Other counties may follow.

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Santa Clara is the first county in the country to accept voter registration forms completed and signed using a new technology developed by Verafirm. Voters filled out and signed registration forms using an electronic-signature pad  and the County accepted the forms.  Verafirm, a California Company, is developing the technology that they believe will be much more user-friendly than filling out a paper form, especially for young voters. Other counties may follow.

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See controversial  issues debated between the Democratic candidates for Attorney General  on ABC-TV this Sunday, May 23rd, at 11 a.m. The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles worked on the fast-paced format and timing of this debate.

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