Elections

MASK YOUR FACE - NOT YOUR VOICE. VOTE!

Your Vote Is Your Voice. Show Up. Be Heard. Be Counted.

Voting lets you have a say about important collective decisions such as public transit, criminal justice reform, social services,  funding for public education and climate change policy. If voting did not matter, powerful forces would not have tried to stop people from voting by restrictive voter identification rules, purging voter rolls, and intimidation.
 
When you vote, you are vocalizing what you need, want, and believe in. You are standing up and demanding to be counted. By voting, you improve your chances of getting a government that actually represents you, your values, and your interests.
 

NOVEMBER 3, 2020, GENERAL ELECTION, ALL VOTE BY MAIL 

  • All registered California voters will automatically receive a mailed ballot this year.

OFFICAL VOTER INFORMATION GUIDE

KEY DATES

  • Next Election: November 3, 2020
  •  Register To Vote now! Register to Vote by Oct. 19, 2020  
  • If you are registered to vote, check your registration status to ensure that your vote-by-mail ballot packet is mailed to the correct address. 

 

Upcoming Events


What’s on your November ballot? Approach this election with confidence. Join the League of Women Voters of SF to learn the ins and outs of California and San Francisco’s ballot initiatives in two upcoming nonpartisan events. All voters are welcome to attend.

San Francisco Ballot Initiative Forum Wed., October 14th, 12:00-1:00pm

Learn more about San Francisco's 13 ballot measures, including a sales tax to fund Caltrain, allowing 16 and 17-year-olds to vote in local elections, and issues such as affordable housing, policing, local businesses and more. 

REGISTER

California Ballot Initiative Forum Fri., October 16th, 12:00-1:00pm

Learn more about the 12 statewide ballot measures, including stem cell research, affirmative action, ride sharing, criminal justice, property taxes, and more. 

REGISTER

These events are sponsored by San Francisco’s educators: UCSF, the Science Policy Group at UCSF, the University of San Francisco, SF State University Institute for Civic & Community Engagement, City College of San Francisco, SF Public Library, and the Women's March San Francisco.

Voter Resources


REGISTER TO VOTE | SF DEPT. OF ELECTIONS  |  CA Elections  |  ASI Voter Information

 

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