Voter Registration Information and Links
Confused about how voting is going to work this year? Download our How to Vote in the Fall 2020 Election flyer.
A quick guide on how to vote by mail or in person is here.
Check your registration status here.
Register to vote here. You have until October 19 to register. After that, and up through Election Day, you can register provisionally, and your vote will be counted after your registration is verified.
Sign up to track your mail ballot. You will be notified when it is mailed, when it is received, and when it is counted.Find your polling place.
The San Diego County Registrar has a lot of great info on their website: www.sdvote.com.
Georgetown University Law School has published a series of fact sheets on what to do if you see members of an illegal private militia at the polls.
Voter Guides and Ballot Proposition Information
San Diego County Democratic Party:
- Candidates in your area (by Assembly District)
Voter's Edge (League of Women Voters)
ABC News Voter's Guide to Ballot Measures
Resources for Evaluating Judicial Candidates
The San Diego County Bar Association evaluates all the candidates; results here. There is only one judicial race on November 3, for Superior Court Seat 30. The San Diego County Democratic Party has endorsed Tim Nader.
Protect the Vote Efforts
Democratic party links
Elected official links
Escondido City Council Members: http://www.escondido.org/city-council-contact-us.aspx
Contact the President: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/write-or-call
Contact Senator Harris: https://www.harris.senate.gov/contact
Contact Senator Feinstein: http://www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Contact Governor Newsom: https://govapps.gov.ca.gov/gov40mail/
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