CVF-News Roundup

CVF social media graphics, upcoming events, rejected ballots study in the news

September 25, 2020

Hi Folks,

This edition of CVF-News highlights new social media graphics we urge you to use and share, coverage of CVF's new report on vote-by-mail ballot rejection, and upcoming public events where I will be sharing our research findings, providing vote-by-mail tips and answering voters' questions. Soon we will also launch our new election song music video, so stay tuned!

- Kim Alexander, President & Founder, California Voter Foundation

New CVF Social Media Graphics Promote Voting, Help Voters

everybody voteCVF has been working with graphic artists to develop a new series of social media graphics designed to promote voting and help voters.

The "Everybody Vote" image series is available in a variety of sizes to be used on various social media platforms. Other CVF social media images help voters access tools and resources online and promote responsible social media message sharing.

The image gallery is available to download from CVF's web site and is featured in CVF's Nov. 2020 California Online Voter Guide.


CVF's Rejected Ballots Report in the News

rejected ballots study graphicCVF's new report on vote-by-mail ballot rejection has been in the news, including coverage on KQEDCapital Public Radio and in Salon and the San Francisco Chronicle.

To view all of CVF's recent news coverage, visit CVF in the News. The rejected ballots report and news release are online at: .

Upcoming Public CVF Webinars and Events

CVF President Kim Alexander will be speaking at several upcoming events that are free and open to the public (registration is required for some). Topics will include CVF's rejected ballots study findings, how to ensure your vote-by-mail ballot will get counted, and answering voters' questions.

Voting by Mail: What You Need to Know
Tuesday, Sept. 29, 4-5 pm
City of Menlo Park Library Speaker Series

Make Your Vote Count - Understanding Voting in California
Wednesday, Sept. 30, 12-1 pm
Hoge Fenton law firm public webinar series

Answering Voters' Questions Live
Thursday, Oct. 1, 10-10:40 am
KQED FM's "Forum" program

How Voting Works Now - A Voter Game Plan Event
Thursday, Oct. 1, 6:30-7:30 pm
KPCC FM's "In Person" series