Approximately 915,000 votes have been cast with 375,750 votes cast by Republicans; 349,930 votes cast by Democrats; and 189,811 votes cast by Independents.
The Secretary of State’s website holds a wealth of information on the new and expanded voter laws.
The newest: You can now register to vote on the same day. While the ballots will be counted, they will first go through the complete voter registration verification process.
Please encourage your friends and family to VOTE!
Another reminder: Proposition 13 Ensures Local Control for School Facility Funding
Proposition 13 on the March 3, 2020 Statewide Primary ballot asks voters to approve a new $15 billion state bond for school facilities.
This measure DOES NOT affect property tax limits established by Proposition 13 from 1978, nor does it raise local property taxes or state taxes.
It DOES preserve local control and accountability and increase financial flexibility for communities.
A strong partnership between local communities and the state is essential to provide all students with safe, healthy, and educationally appropriate facilities.
For more information about Proposition 13, join us at the CASH Annual Conference at the Long Beach Convention Center, February 19-21, 2020.
Hear from state bond bill author Assembly Member Patrick O’Donnell as the General Session Luncheon keynote speaker on Thursday, February 20, at 12:15 pm.
Attend a workshop to hear state agency representatives, school districts, and CASH advocates discuss the provisions of AB 48/Proposition 13 and implementation plans (Thursday, February 20, 3:00 pm-4:30 pm). Please register on-site!