Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Voting Information

Election Day 2012 is November 6th but many of you will be voting early (starting October 8), either at the Registrar of Voters in San Jose on Berger Drive or with a mail in ballot.  Yes, we are choosing a president for the next four years and many other elective offices.  Learn more about early voting information and locations at a Registrar of Voters Meet and Greet.

California Propositions
     There are eleven propositions for Californians to decide this time including budgeting and tax measures, ending the death penalty, and making changes to the 3 Strikes Law.  Learn more about them when you come to the free nonpartisan League of Women Voters presentation Tuesday, October 2 at 7:00 p.m. in the Cedar Room at Central Park Library.   Learn who is behind the measures, who opposes them and what each side is saying.  Can't make it on October 2nd but still want to hear the presentation?  See the League calendar.
     You can also read about the propositions on the Easy Voter Guide available here in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean or get printed copies at the library in early October. 

Be Sure to Vote
Register to Vote by Monday, October 22, 2012.  Find out your voting location here.  Mail in your ballot so it arrives before 8 p.m. November 6 or drop it off at these locations:  all election sites and more drop off locations

posted by mb