CVF supports SB 523/McGuire, to require counties to contact voters with missing vote-by-mail envelope signatures and ask them to submit a signature so their ballots are counted and not rejected. CVF also supports SB 72/Umberg to ensure Californians can register or update their party preference at their polling place on Election Day.
KCRA News reported on May 29 about a mystery mailer sent from an unknown source to voters eligible to cast ballots in the June 4 Senate District 1 special election. CVF President Kim Alexander spoke out against the "vote-shaming" tactic utilized in the mailer in an attempt to pressure people to vote.
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