North Coast People’s Alliance Offering Free Voter Van on November 6th

This is a press release from the North Coast People’s Alliance:

North Coast People's AllianceYes, you can!

With California’s new, same-day voting rules kicking in, people are learning that they can still register and vote, even on Election Day.

The wrinkle is that this year, there is only one place in all of Humboldt County where you can register and vote on Nov. 6. It’s the county Elections Office, at 2426 W. Sixth St., Eureka.

To help people get there, the North Coast People’s Alliance is offering a free Voter Van that will run throughout the day between the HSU campus and the Elections Office in Eureka.

“We want to help students engage and vote locally on things that affect their community,” said Tamara McFarland, chair of the North Coast People’s Alliance Steering Committee.

Important Arcata issues on the November ballot include the Sanctuary initiative (Yes on Measure K), removing the McKinley statue (No on Measure M), and electing two City Council members, who will make key decisions on affordable housing, diversity, public safely and police training, and much more.

“Students deserve a voice in Humboldt elections, and we want to make it as easy as possible for them to get to the polls and get back to campus, even if they missed earlier registration deadlines,” McFarland added.

Beginning at 10 a.m. on Nov. 6, the NCPA Voter Van will pick up passengers at HSU’s Library Circle and drive them to the Elections Office in Eureka. The van will continue to pick up passengers at Library Circle on the hour, at 11 a.m., noon, 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. The last departure from HSU to the Elections Office will be at 7 p.m.

The NCPA Voter Van will also bring passengers back from the Elections Office to HSU, beginning at approximately 10:30 a.m. Departures will continue from the Elections Office area once an hour, at approximately 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., and 6:30 p.m., with later evening departures at 7:30 p.m., 8 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. depending on demand.

There will be no other stops to pick up or drop off passengers in either direction.

Once prospective voters arrive at the Elections Office, county staffers will help them register to vote and will provide them with a ballot for conditional voting. To speed things up and shorten wait times, would-be voters can still register online beforehand at registertovote.ca.gov. Even though the Oct. 22 deadline to register to vote at your own polling place has passed, online registration is still ongoing, and it is expected to make conditional voting at the Elections Office faster, because there will be fewer forms to fill out. (People can also skip the Election Day crowd by going to the county Elections Office to register and vote during business hours from Oct. 23 onward.)

The North Coast People’s Alliance organizes for economic justice, social justice and environmental justice. The NCPA does not advocate for any political party; rather, it works for issues that transcend party labels. More information is available at northcoastpeoplesalliance.org.

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13 comments

  • HSU students shouldn’t be allowed to vote. Most don’t own property and aren’t vested in the community. They should have no say on raising anyone’s property taxes while sitting around all day weaving baskets and smoking dope.

    I would support building a wall around HSU and not letting them off campus.

    • Bingo!

      What the people don’t distinguish between is an ‘elector’ -one who owns land and records their vote, and a voter, one who does not own land (or doesn’t know the difference), and REGISters. Regis was a Roman General 249 BC.

      “When the Countess counts the votes, the votes don’t count.” Remember, this is the same person who counted Measure Z KNOWING FULL WELL that adding a second “And Other Essential Necessities” subject to the ballot title made Measure Z VOID from the get-go. Four-years retired, Carolyn Crunich, after thirty-some years feeding at the trough of the people’s public treasury, will drag herself up from Loleta to Eureka November 6th, and say that Measure K and Measure O passes.

  • “The North Coast People’s Alliance organizes for economic justice, social justice and environmental justice. The NCPA does not advocate for any political party; rather, it works for issues that transcend party labels.”

    “But we are only offering this to the radical far left indoctrinated HSU students. Democracy as long as we have enough votes” type social justice.

  • This is a rabidly anti-American and communist organization operating out of the labor temple in Eureka. They will undoubtedly lecture the students on how to vote for far left candidates (like criminal alien lover Kim Bergel) and the treasonous sanctuary ordinance. I will be there to photograph the Maoists and ask the students if they have been coached.

  • Supervisors the problem

    Hey Humboldt state university let’s vote out measure o!!!! End the extortion to mom and pops hippy’s that put Humboldt on the map worldwide!!!! This county government is the real crime in Humboldt!!!!! Let’s yank there funding for further theft of property&liberty!!!!

  • That’s a strange new law. If the votes end up being called out for fraudulence, won’t it take longer to recall, investigate and recount?

  • so let me get this straight… after i go vote on voting day then i can go to eureka and register that i moved towns and vote again right

  • Suggestion to protect your vote. Go ahead and vote at the polls. Beforehand, this week, write your vote(s) on paper, autograph it in front of a Public Notary ($10), and mail it to yourself. Do Not open it. If push comes to shove, this will protect your vote. Never give up your originals. Make a copy or two before you mail it to yourself. I’m, for the most part, referencing landowners here.

    Recording in “The County” is like pulling teeth. The counter trolls may tell you they are going to record your document. They won’t. They’ll go off and COPY your private document and mail it to you with an “Unrecordable Document” form, signed by a ‘Deputy Recorder’ (implying we have a county recorder) – and – thanks to Moonbeam, it now costs $93 to record three pages.

    • Thanks, watching now.
      The last interview I saw with the them, they said they were thrilled that the geoengineering has been stopped, but that they are saddened to inform us that they can’t just stop the sprays all at once or Mother Nature’s hurry to correct the past harm will make the planet implode(?). That’s why we still see some of it, just less often. I’ll hush up now and go listen to the vid.

      • Found the video I mentioned, but didn’t find where he said they’d stopped it, so that must be from another conversation somewhere else in the galaxy, BUT, I did find the part where he talked about a double catastrophe if it were to stop suddenly. FF to 30:45 give or take. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaHD3NeavFA

        I am half way through your video and will return to finish it tomorrow. Thanks for sharing the important info!

        • You’re welcome. As witnessed here on Kym’s blog – we’re not short on intelligence. This Geo-engineering makes our squabbling about local voting seem insignificant.

          Northern California is blessed with intelligent, sharing, caring people, for sure. – Deborah Tavares lives in Sebastopol.

          I’ll watch the video link you provided. I remember the U.S. Inc’s Trump saying no more spraying, but that France picked up on it. 2030 doesn’t seem so far away 🙁

          Since it’s sorta, kinda, raining this morning -STAY OUT OF THE RAIN is what i picked up on. And, love like you/we’ve never loved before.

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