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It is recommended you bring your sample ballot. In most cases, a California voter is not required to show identification to a polling place worker before casting a ballot, but if you’re a first-time voter, you may need to include a copy of accepted ID with your mail-in ballot or be asked to provide ID if you vote in person.
Weed, plastic bags, guns, condoms – it's up to you. This is the quickest non-partisan voter guide to California's state propositions.
Lily Mei, current Vice Mayor, and Bill Harrison, current Mayor, are both running for Mayor of Fremont, California. Make sure you click on each candidate to learn more about them individuallly.
Ro Khanna is running for California, District 17's seat in Congress. His priorities include: economy, education, traffic congestion, environment, women in the workplace. working families, social security and medicare, government efficiency, internet Bill of Rights, immigration reform, women's rights, LGBTQ rights, civil liberties, veterans, and healthcare for all.
Mike Honda is running for reelection as California's District 17 Congressman. His priorities include civil and Constitutional rights, economy and labor, education, energy, environment, foreign policy, health care, housing, immigration, jobs, LGBTQ, manufacturing reform, open government, science & technology, seniors, transportation, veterans, and women.
Loretta L. Sanchez is running to be a United States Senator. This includes a list of her positions on a variety of topics.
Kamala D. Harris is running to be a United States Senator. This includes a list of her positions on a variety of topics.
Compare the 2016 presidential candidate positions on issues. See where Clinton, Trump, Johnson, and Stein stand on issues in a simple, side-by-side format. Another nonpartisan election presentation fr
Third party candidates raise awareness for underrepresented causes, but, in the final national election, only take voters away from the main two-party candidate who shares their interests. For more information, look into Ralph Nader in the presidential election of 2000.