Election Day is fast approaching – November 8, 2022 – and we want to ensure that every eligible voter can exercise his/her/their right to vote freely, without fear, intimidation or violence before or on election day.
Universidad Popular continues educating voters about voting rights, assisting aspiring voters to register to vote and training election defenders/observers.
To sign up to participate as an election defender, CLICK HERE.
There is still time to talk to our family, friends and neighbors about the elections. With a power of 8 million voters, the Latinx community is the second-largest voting bloc in California. Our participation will influence who gets into office and who will have a voice for generations to come. Remember, democracy is healthier when everyone participates and votes.
Here are several important reminders:
- All registered voters have received or will receive their ballot in the mail.
You will have 3 ways to return your ballot
- By Mail - You can mail back your ballot in the return envelope provided. No stamp required!
- Ballot Dropbox - You can drop off your ballot at any of the Ballot Drop Boxes located throughout the county from October 10 – November 7. No postage is required. For a list of the Ballot Drop Boxes CLICK HERE.
- Vote Center - You can drop off your ballot or vote in person at any Vote Center in the county. Starting October 29 -November 7, Vote Centers will be open on weekends. For a list of Vote Centers CLICK HERE.
- Vote Centers will replace traditional polling places.
- You can register and vote the same day at any Vote Center!
For additional election information, visit:
- San Diego Registrar of Voters
- Secretary of State
- Voter’s Edge to get free resources and materials to learn more about the elections.
- KPBS Election Hub to get more information about the local elections.
If you need assistance or know someone who needs further assistance, contact Universidad Popular at 760-659-0109.
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