In anticipation of the November 2020 national and state election, the Urban Core Collective has launched a civic engagement program. We will conduct voter education and outreach to increase registration, absentee voting and diversity of poll workers.
A part of the Movement Voter Project, we hope to strengthen the collective power of our community by organizing youth and communities of color for August and November. Turning out voters and uplifting the voices of our community on issues that impact us is key to winning politically, socially and economically.
Here are four easy steps to use our voices and take action to win this year's key election.
Register to vote before July 20th (via mail) or August 4th at 8pm (in person at the County Clerk’s office). All registered voters can vote by mail - this is especially important as we stay home and stay safe against COVID-19.
Apply for your absentee ballot to vote from by home (by mail).
Or, find your polling place to vote in person on August 4th
July 20th — Deadline to register to vote for the August 4 primary via mail
July 21st - August 4th 8pm — Register to vote in person at the County Clerk’s office
August 4th — State Primary Election
Oct 19th — Deadline to register to vote for the November 3 general election (via mail)
Oct 20th - November 3rd at 8 pm — Register to vote in person at local County Clerk’s office
Oct 30th by 5pm — Deadline for Clerk’s office to to receive your absentee ballot by mail
Nov 2nd by 4pm — Deadline to return absentee ballot in person at local Clerk’s office
November 3rd — General Election
Find answers to common questions like who can register to vote, how to register, and how to vote before or on Election Day in this ACLU guide.
Look for the latest updates on our social media platforms while the Secretary of State and Local Clerk offices adapt during Covid-19 response and standards.
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