In California, we have 7 million Latino voters. Let’s make our voices heard!
Please find below your polling place, voting rights, vital phone numbers and 2 videos.
Hey! Do you know exactly what to vote on!
Below is a list of recommended candidates and measures, derived from great reliable sources in our Bay Area.
First, let’s talk about our Latino challenge:
By comparison, the 2012 [the last voting period] turnout rate among blacks was 66.6% and among whites was 64.1%, both significantly higher than the turnout rate among Hispanics.
Now, the solution:
Let’s face it! The voting guide we receive in the mail is bulky. It doesn’t make it easy to vote, so many set it aside.
We feel the solution is a simple guide on what to vote for; like candidates, measures an ballots. And this simple guide should be based on recommendations from great reliable Bay Area sources. We’ve listed these below.
Here’s 5 sources we respect!
1. This link is the easiest because it’s laid out in one page for a simple read.
2. Here’s the most complete voting guide, outlining all the candidates and ballot measures.
3. A list of propositions only.
4. Their Bay Area chapter covers the counties of SF, Alameda, Marin and Contra Costa.
5. This Bay Area newspaper does the most extensive reporting.
Did you know? Know your rights!
Bay Area Latina is ready!
Find your polling place!
Questions? Need to report a problem about your polling place? Visit the nonpartisan Election Protection website or call one of the Election Protection hotline numbers:
866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) – English (Led by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law)
888-Ve-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682– Bilingual: English & Spanish (Led NALEO Education Fund)
888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683) – Bilingual: English, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Bengali, Urdu and Tagalog (Led by APIAVote and Asian Americans Advancing Justice—AAJC)