#VOTE2020: An Action Plan

This year, all individuals registered to vote in California will receive a vote by mail ballot to use in November’s general election. Voting by mail is new for many of us, and you may have questions about mail-in ballots and how to ensure they are received and counted by Election Day. That’s why we created the #VOTE2020 action plan: a step-by-step guide to casting your ballot in this year’s important and exciting general election! Read on to ensure you are stress-free, prepared and counted on November 3! It’s up to each and every one of us to Get Out the Vote!   First Things First: Why Vote?  So much depends on our vote! • It's always important to vote, but...

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It’s #Census2020 Time!

Self-Respond to the 2020 Census! Every ten years, the United States Census is conducted. The census aims to count every person living in the United States regardless of their citizenship status, age, gender or ethnicity. The census is safe and all information you provide is protected under federal law. Because the census guides the way that the government distributes $800 billion of federal funding, it is important for you to represent yourself and be counted! The United States Constitution requires that the U.S. Census is conducted every ten years, and the data collected by the census determines how federal funding is spread across cities and states nationwide. With the challenges our country is facing during COVID-19 and the ongoing conversation...

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