Local League of Women Voters prepares for National Voter Registration Day
Voter registration information will appear at several locations across Nevada County through Oct. 24, the final day California residents can register to vote in the Nov. 8 election.
Members of the League of Women Voters of Western Nevada County will distribute the literature in advance of National Voter Registration Day, this coming Tuesday. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., League members will be at the Nevada City SPD, 735 Zion St.; Natural Selection Food & Wine, 589 E. Main St., Grass Valley; and the Sierra College Grass Valley campus, 250 Sierra College Drive, helping people register and answering questions.
“We have a presidential election coming up,” said Tracy Pepper, publicity chairwoman with the local League. “The more we can raise consciousness and awareness, the better.”
California voters have several high profile issues on the Nov. 8 ballot, including Proposition 64, which if approved would legalize recreational marijuana in the state.
Voters also will choose a new U.S. senator, as well as state Assembly members and senators.
Registration information will be at the following:
Mother Truckers, 13224 Tyler Foote Road, Nevada City
• Kitkitdizzi, 219 Broad St., Nevada City
• Foggy Mountain Music, 104 W. Main St., Grass Valley
• BriarPatch Co-op, 290 Sierra College Drive, Grass Valley
• Matteo’s Public, 300 Commercial St., Nevada City
• California Organics, 135 Argall Way, Nevada City
• Golden Era, 309 Broad St., Nevada City
• Tribal Weaver, 105 Mill St., Grass Valley
• Los Mineros, 239 Commercial St., Nevada City
• Nevada City Chamber of Commerce, 132 Main St., Nevada City
• Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce, 128 E. Main St., Grass Valley
To contact Staff Writer Alan Riquelmy, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 530-477-4239.
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