---THE REST ------- Congress CD17: Rep. Ro Khanna ****Santa Clara County races Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors District 4: Susan Slater Ellenberg, Don Rocha San Jose City Council District 3: Raul Peralez San Jose City Council District 5: Magdalena Carrasco San Jose City Council District 7: Maya Esparza San Jose City Council District 9: Shay Franco-Clausen,Kalen Gallagher ****Ballot measures ---Regional ---Santa Clara County Ballot Measure B – San Jose Evergreen developers initiative – No C – San Jose Evergreen city measure – Yes
QUESTIONS ON VOTING?
WHERE I CAN GO DROP MY ABSENTEE BALLOTS ? You can drop off your ballots at Saratoga city hall (during work hours), West Valley College has a drop box 24x7 - no postage required DROP YOUR BALLOTS OFF off during business hours at Saratoga city hall, or 24x7 at West Valley College OPTION1: Saratoga City HallCity Clerk Office 1377 Fruitvale Ave.Saratoga, CA 95070 Remember to sign the outside of the envelope by the red X OPTION2: 24x7 drop off at West Valley College At Admissions near the Flag Pole14000 Fruitvale Ave.Saratoga, CA 95070 (IF PEOPLE want to mail their ballot - they need 2 postage stamps, but too late now) OPTION 3: You can also drop your ballot to any polling station on Tuesday
I CANNOT FIND MY (ABSENTEE / MAIL-IN) BALLOT. HOW DO I VOTE? You can vote by showing up at your designated polling station (see below) and asking for a provisional ballot and voting Find your polling station here http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/find-polling-place.htm http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/find-polling-place.htm QUESTION - I DON'T KNOW WHERE MY POLLING STATION IS You can figure out the polling station by going to this website - http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/find-polling-place.htm
QUESTION - WHERE CAN I VOTE EARLY? I WILL BE TRAVELING NEXT WEEK OPTIONS FOR EARLY VOTING - FOR VOTERS WHO ARE NOT PERMANENT ABSENTEE VOTERS #1-REGISTRAR OF VOTERS OFFICE (They are open during business hours during weekdays) 1555 Berger Drive, Building 2, San Jose, CA 95112
OPTIONS FOR EARLY VOTING - FOR VOTERS WHO ARE NOT PERMANENT ABSENTEE VOTERS #2-LOS ALTOS PUBLIC LIBRARYNoon to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday 13 S. San Antonio Rd., Los Altos, CA 94022 #3-CAMPBELL LIBRARY 12pm to 5pmon Saturday and Sunday 77 Harrison Avenue, Campbell CA CAMPAIGN SHUTTLE FOR IN-PERSON EARLY VOTING Nov 1st and Nov 2nd @ Noon, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm We will have a shuttle outside Starbucks on Cox (near Genes Fine Foods) 18764 Cox Avenue; Saratoga, CA 950704109. 4083744614 Voters should wait inside Starbucks - our campaign team will meet them and escort them to the shuttle The shuttle will take voters to one of three polling stations (see list below) and bring them back This shuttle will pickup voters every hour starting Noon, and last shuttle will be at 4pm
<------Sample ballot and voter information booklet for November elections in Saratoga - preview the PDF doc Note: This sample, does not apply to all Saratoga neighborhoods
>>>>>TO VOTE AS AN ABSENTEE VOTER / VOTE BY MAIL / VOTE "RIGHT NOW" OPTION 1 You can re-register again. Click here make sure you pick the vote by mail option, for permanent absentee voter OPTION 2 Call Registrar's office at 408-299-8640, to request a ballot (by October 28th) OPTION 3 Or go to Registrar of Voters, County of Santa Clara, 1555 Berger Drive, Bldg. 2, San Jose, CA 95112 (408) 282-3009 You will be provided a ballot to vote OPTION 4 Below are early voting places (to walk in and vote - in case you are traveling in November) and ballot drop off places
DROP OFF YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT - no postage required You can drop off your ballots at Saratoga city hall (during work hours), West Valley College has a drop box 24x7. DROP YOUR BALLOTS OFF off during business hours at Saratoga city hall, or 24x7 at West Valley College or just affix 2 postage stamps and mail
Saratoga City HallCity Clerk Office 1377 Fruitvale Ave.Saratoga, CA 95070 Remember to sign the outside of the envelope.
24x7 drop off at West Valley College At Admissions near the Flag Pole14000 Fruitvale Ave.Saratoga, CA 95070
FIND YOUR POLLING STATION You can figure out the polling station by going to this website - http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/find-polling-place.htm
ABSENTEE VOTER INSTRUCTIONS You can call 408 299 VOTE or toll free 866-430-VOTE to request a new ballot (for any reason) Use BLACK or BLUE color ink only (not permanent markers) Use only one thin line to connect the arrow. Once done, place ballot inside the envelope Remember to sign the ballot - by red X (on the outside of the envelope)
IN PERSON VOTING – Every weekend
Registrar of Voters' Office
1555 Berger Drive, Building 2
San Jose, CA 95112
Voting Hours: 9 am to 3 pm
Los Altos Library
13 S. San Antonio Rd.
Los Altos, CA 94022
Voting Hours: 12 pm to 5 pm http://www.sccgov.org/sites/rov/VBM/Pages/ReturningMail.aspx
>>>>>REGISTER TO VOTE Elections are on November 4th If you have registered to vote as an absentee voter, you should receive the ballot in the mail by October 5th If you have NOT registered as an absentee voter, you should receive information about your polling station in the mail.
Register to vote here before OCTOBER 20th to vote on November 4th (or click on this link -> http://registertovote.ca.gov//) YOU MAY REGISTER AS A PERMANENT ABSENTEE VOTER while submitting your online voter registration
IF YOU ARE ALREADY REGISTERED and want to vote by mail, you can fill the PERMANENT ABSENTEE VOTING form here or just re-register via online submission LAST DAY TO REQUEST A VOTE BY MAIL / ABSENTEE VOTER BALLOT IS OCTOBER 28th (for November 4th voting) http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/vote-by-mail/pdf/fill-in-vote-by-mail-app-instruct.pdf
YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE 15 days prior to election day. So anyone who turns 18 on October 20th this year can register to vote.
To all my friends, supporters, neighbors, community members/leader - I truly appreciate you being part of this journey. I couldn't do this without you. Thank you for your support! - Rishi Kumar