SANTI, California – National Voter Education Week is an opportunity for Santi residents to prepare for the next election.
According to the website of the “National Voter Education Week” initiative, the weekly event, which was held in 2021.
“During this week of interactive education, voters have the opportunity to find their polling station, understand their ballot, make a plan to vote in person or in absentia, and more,” the initiative’s description reads.
It is already the second year: National Voter Education Week This is because many states have revised their voting laws in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic following the 2020 presidential election, which saw a record number of early voters.
Nearly one in five states passed restrictive electoral laws after the election, tightening absentee ballot boxes, setting new voting rules, and holding elections.
Nine states have passed legislation since the 2020 election that sponsors say will improve election security. Critics, however, say the legislation makes it difficult for people to vote.
One law works in Kansas closes voter registration media According to a national report on Public Radio, presenting oneself to an electoral representative as a crime is a criterion that may depend entirely on misconceptions. In Montana, state lawmakers have abolished voter registration on election day.
Voting laws in California have not changed.
National Voter Education Week outlines a simple step to take every day to develop residents, from unregistered voters to informed citizens on their ballot.
- On Monday, October 4, the initiative launched the hashtag #VoteReady, urging people to register to vote or check their registration status.
- Tuesday brings the #MailReady move when people can request a ballot by mail.
- Wednesday is # VotePlanReady where people can make their voting plans.
- # BallotReady comes on Thursday when the initiative calls on registered voters to know what is on their ballot.
- And on Friday, it returns to #VoteReady with an initiative that calls on people to “equalize your vote.”
It is easy to register to vote in California.
Residents can register to vote online: Secretary of Statewebsite: To register, you need your California driver’s license or California ID card number, the last four digits of your Social Security number, and your date of birth.
You can also register to vote right away National Voter Education Week Website:
Nearly a third of those who voted in the 2020 presidential election did so in person after the states expanded mail-order voting, or early voting due to the coronavirus epidemic, according to a report by the US Electoral Support Commission.
In fact, 2020 was the first time in the history of the poll that the majority of voters did not vote in person on election day.
While new laws may change the way voting is done by mail, you may need to know when to register, as well as other key dates in California elections.
- Direct state primary electionsJune 7, 2022
- Voter registration deadlineMay 23, 2022
- Deadline for ballots by mailBallots must be received by May 31, 2022