On May 8, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom issued Executive Order N-64-20, which orders the November 3 General Election to be conducted as an all-mail ballot election. Accordingly, all registered voters in California will receive a vote-by-mail ballot in the mail prior to the election.
While the Jewish Center for Justice has supported and organized local and national efforts to increase awareness of the new vote-by-mail system since the pandemic started, we also understand that this election is too important to take any chances.
If you plan to vote by mail, we encourage you to submit your mail-in ballots as early as possible to your nearest drop-off location. If you are unable to vote far enough in advance, it is safe to vote in person at your local polling location. Just make sure to practice social distancing, wear a mask, carry hand sanitizer, and bring water in case you are standing outside for a prolonged period.
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Propositions on the ballot in California
The Jewish Center for Justice also supports the following propositions in California:
Vote ‘Yes’ on Prop 16
Vote ‘Yes’ on Prop 17
Vote ‘Yes’ on Prop 21