Ballot Brief | KCET
So, what are all those propositions on your ballot? What do they actually mean? "Ballot Brief" brings you all the information you need to get through the 2020 election season. Here you'll find explainers featuring veteran broadcaster Leyna Nguyen that break down what the propositions are and what they mean for voters.
Presented, in part, by the Resnick Family Foundation.
For those who have lost their homes this year due to wildfires, voting by mail poses a unique set of challenges, but there are still many ways to vote such as asking for a replacement ballot, voting in person and more.
Para las personas que perdieron sus casas en los incendios de este año, el voto por correo plantea un conjunto único de desafíos, pero hay muchas maneras de votar como el pedir una boleta de reemplazo, votar en persona y más.
Explore how much money has been poured into each proposition with this interactive tool from CalMatters.
This interactive map allows you to predict the 2020 presidential race by calculating Electoral College votes per state for each candidate. You can also see how we expect states to vote and look at tallies from past elections.
A coalition of county officials and partners gathered to celebrate L.A. Free the Vote, an initiative to encourage people affected by the criminal justice system to understand and exercise their right to vote.
Two assistant U.S. attorneys will serve as District Election Officers for the Central District of California for this year's general election.
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