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View our recent press releases and statements to the public.
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.
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.
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.
The League of Women Voters of Cupertino-Sunnyvale produced this 30-minute video explaining the five statewide ballot measures on the June 8, 2010 Primary Election ballot, as well as the local measures in their communities.
As part of the Public Advocacy for Voter Protection project (PAVP), Leagues across the country are working to ensure that public assistance agencies in their respective states meet the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) requirement that all individuals seeking assistance at the agencies be offered the opportunity to register to vote.
See and hear those vying to be the next
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
WHAT: A candidates forum featuring three candidates running to replace Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell. The forum, to be held during the California State PTA's 111th Annual Convention, is co-sponsored by the state PTA and the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund. League President Janis R. Hirohama will serve as moderator.