Don’t Forget to Vote in Tuesday’s General Election

This is an email from the California Secretary of State:


By Tom Arthur from Orange, CA, United States – vote for better tape, CC BY-SA 2.0, Link

Dear California Voter,

Tuesday, November 6, 2018, is the General Election in California. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. This email includes important and official voter resources from the California Secretary of State to prepare you to cast your ballot this election.

Voter Information Guide Online

To research statewide propositions and candidates, visit:

Check Your Voter Registration Status

Registered voters can check their voter registration status and voter preferences using the “My Voter Status” tool at

Find Your Polling Place or Vote Center on Election Day

Registered voters can look up their polling place or vote center at

Early Voting Locations

Any registered voter can visit their county elections office in person to drop off their vote-by-mail ballot or request to vote a vote-by-mail ballot on or before Election Day. To find early voting or ballot drop-off locations in your county, visit:

Voters with Disabilities

County Voter Information Guides describe how persons with disabilities can vote privately and independently. For more information, visit:

Quick Guide to Propositions
Review the Secretary of State’s official “Quick Guide to Propositions” tool at

Voter’s Choice Act – Madera, Napa, Nevada, Sacramento and San Mateo Counties

All registered voters in Madera, Napa, Nevada, Sacramento and San Mateo counties receive their ballots in the mail before the election. Voters can vote-by-mail, drop off their ballots at a designated county dropbox, or vote in-person at a vote center. Vote centers are open for 11 days, up to and including, Election Day. To learn more, visit:

Download the Vote California Smart Phone App
Get connected with important election information for the November 6, 2018 General Election. Use it to check your voter status, find your polling place or review our Quick Guide to Propositions. Search “Vote California” in the Apple Store or on Google Play.

For more information visit:



  • Don’t forget to vote no on measure o!!!!!! Put a sunset date to county extortionast!!!!!!

  • *Extortionist* but otherwise agreed!!! I trust the current Board of Stupidvisors about as far as I could throw them & their Chambers!!!

  • Its really amazing to me that as a result of my messing up my address (I never use because I have no mail box at my rural home) and I inverted a couple numbers on my registration, that I am now not registered to vote. It makes me wonder what happens to the many folks who have no physical address. You hear about this happening to indigenous etc. communities across the country and I had no idea how common it was even in Humboldt County. We shouldn’t require someone to have a home or even mailing address to vote. Who cares if I got my address slightly wrong. I am over 18 and wanted to register. That’s all it should take. Here’s hoping the conditional ballot counts, though these days, Im sure it doesn’t.

    • Then why not choose to vote twice or a dozen times when there is no address to check against? Why not vote in a neighboring district cause you want to? Have you ever seen the old movie The Great McGinty? That gives an idea of what can go wrong if there are no such requirements. Homeless quys were given money to vote repeatedly and McGinty busted their bank by finding 37 different places to vote.

      “Messing up an address” is pretty questionable in a screening process. And certainly a conditional ballot counts once verified. After they check that you didn’t do the above already.

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