A majority of California voters are now casting their votes using Vote-by-Mail ballots rather than heading to the polls to vote on Election Day. In 2018, five California counties will implement the Voter's Choice Act, where all registered voters will receive their ballot in the mail and have three choices to cast their vote. All counties have the option to implement this new model in 2020.
As more voters opt to vote by mail and with more counties conducting elections using the Voter's Choice model, it is important to make sure our Vote-by-Mail ballots are being counted. Here are fact sheets to make sure your communities submit Vote-by-Mail ballots that are counted.
(icon "Vote" by OliM via The Noun Project)