November 3, 2020 - Vision in Action No. 8
This is a special edition of the Vision in Action. On this Election Day, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office wants to ensure everyone is informed about the voting process and what happens after ballots are cast. This election is critically important to supporting our 116 colleges and the 2.1 million students we serve. And it’s already an historic election: more than 100 million Americans have already cast their ballots, with high or record voter turnout also expected today. Thank you for exercising your right to vote.
In California, polls are now open and close at 8:00 p.m. If you are in line by 8:00 p.m., you will be allowed to vote.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, voters are required to wear masks at vote centers under California rules.
Election law prohibits people from electioneering or wearing advertisements for ballot measures or candidates within 100 feet of a vote center.
Mail-in ballots postmarked by today will be accepted and counted.
If you have any questions about voter registration or casting your ballot this fall, you can contact the Secretary of State’s office by calling toll-free (800) 345-VOTE (8683).
Still need a voter information guide? Find one in 11 different languages, including American Sign Language, on the Secretary of State’s website.
The Election Results website is updated every five minutes after the polls close on Election Night as counties report results to the Secretary of State.
Check your voter status.
Find your polling place.
Have you already voted? Time to track your ballot.
A Student Voter Resource Guide with all the information students will need when voting this General Election can be found here: https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/castudentsvote/toolkits.
The Secretary of State’s office is again sponsoring the ‘Ballot Bowl’ competition to increase voter turnout among California college students. Results can be found here: https://caballotbowl.sos.ca.gov/.
Items of Interest
Trump, Biden cede stage to voters for Election Day verdict.
Huge turnout as California finally reaches Election Day.
Fact check: President Trump falsely claims that votes shouldn't be counted after Election Day.
Control of Senate at stake as Trump's allies face Democrats.
How one app is empowering millions of voters with disabilities to hit the polls.
How to survive your Election Day anxiety.