There is too much at stake. We no longer have the privilege to ignore and not vote. Your vote is your voice. Your voice is powerful. If you don’t vote, someone else will. But if you are not eligible to vote, encourage your friends and your family who can. Learn more about the issues – federal, state and local – as all elections have a direct impact on our lives, that of your family and the future of our communities. Let’s stand together.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020



October 19, 2020


All registered California voters will be sent a vote-by-mail ballot with a prepaid, first-class postage return envelope for the November 3, 2020 General Election.


No stamp is required to return your ballot through the US Postal Service. Make sure your ballot is postmarked by November 3, 2020


Many counties will offer secure drop boxes to return your ballot. Make sure your ballot is deposited by 8:00 p.m. on November 3, 2020


While the safest way to vote during the pandemic is by mail, if you can’t or chose to vote in person, do so safely and try to vote early.

You can return your ballot to a polling place, vote center, or your county elections office by 8:00 p.m. on November 3, 2020. Many counties will have early voting locations available before Election Day. Voting locations will offer voter registration, replacement ballots, accessible voting machines, and language assistance.


CLICK HERE for a list of county elections offices and their contact information. Or you can call the Secretary of State’s toll-free Voter Hotline at (800) 345-VOTE (8683) for your county elections official’s contact information.


You can track your ballot after you drop-off or mail. Know when it is received and counted!

Confused about what’s at stake, which races to watch, or what the CA props are all about? Consider the following ballots guides from our state partners and friends.

Prop 15 is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to close a tax loophole used by a handful of wealthy corporations and reclaim $12b every year towards California’s future. We need all hands on deck to talk with our communities about Prop 15.

YES ON 15:

  • Exempts homeowners, renters, and agriculture so they continue to be fully protected by Prop 13
  • Reclaims $12 billion per year in schools, community colleges, and local community services
  • 10% of the biggest corporate property owners will pay 92% of the funding
  • Gives small businesses reviving our economy tax breaks to hire back workers and grow
  •  Prioritizes transparency and accountability by requiring public disclosure of all new revenues and how they are spent.

Visit these sites to learn more about how Prop 15 will safeguard our rights to high-quality education.

Learn the Facts.

Proposition 16 ends the ban on affirmative action in California so we can level the playing field for all of us to succeed – especially women and people of color who are hurt the most by discrimination.

In states that allow affirmative action, women and people of color compete on equal footing for state contracts. But right now, California is one of just nine states that bans affirmative action. Proposition 16 is our chance to change that. It gives us the tools to fight discrimination, without quotas, so we can take a step towards equal opportunity for all families in California. 

Read on: