Web site outlines California election races, propositions | TheUnion.com

Web site outlines California election races, propositions

The http://www.easyvoter.org Web site has been redesigned by the California State Library to make it easier for citizens to prepare for the Nov. 7 election. The Easy Voter Guide with clear language about the statewide candidates and propositions is available online in html, as a printable PDF in seven languages and as a large-print edition.

Extensive links to additional resources for each proposition plus background on key issues in the election are available. There are also in-language Web pages and materials to download in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean, including step-by-step photos for new voters.

There is An All About Voting section that addresses the most frequently asked questions and misconceptions about the voting process. The ¼site also provides a ballot and place to look up polling places and is accessible to visually impaired users.

The California State Library is the original sponsor of the Easy Voter Guide Project and the http://www.easyvoter.org Web site. Other partners include the California Secretary of State’s Office and the League of Women Voters Education Fund, with support from The James Irvine Foundation.

– The Union Staff

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