Election day is quickly approaching, and we want to continue to ensure you are prepared.
Want to vote by mail?
Tuesday, February 25 is the last day to request an absentee ballot. If you have not already requested your ballot, the instructions to do so are available on the Secretary of State website.
Are you registered with No Party Preference?
If you are, there will be no presidential candidate on your ballot. You will need to request a crossover ballot if you would like to vote for a candidate. The deadline for this is also tomorrow, Tuesday, February 25, so be sure to request one today! You can make the request by phone, email, or fax. Look up the contact information for your county, here.
Do you live in Santa Clara County or San Mateo County?
If you do, you have the benefit of the Voter’s Choice Act (VCA)!
Key Elements in VCA Counties:
You have three ways to return your ballot:
- Mail in the ballot
- Drop it off at a county ballot drop box
- Visit a vote center in the county
You can vote at any vote center in your county:
- Modern features to make voting easy
- Start voting 10 days before the election. So you can vote today!
- Get help and vote materials in multiple languages (Hindi available at Santa Clara County centers)
Are you looking for more information about the ballot measures?
We published our online voter guide for city and county ballot measures! This guide consists of CAIR-SFBA’s recommendations on various local ballot measures that we are supporting and/or opposing. Please use it and share it with your family and friends.
Get Out The Vote
We are calling thousands of Muslim homes in the region to remind them to vote:
Wednesday, February 26 in Santa Clara
Sunday, March 1 in Berkeley
Monday, March 2 in Santa Clara
Can you help? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with GOTV in the subject line.
This election will have a sweeping local and national impact, and you can be part of that. Get out and vote to make your voice heard and empower our community. Let’s enforce our democracy!