Here’s an update on what’s going on with the 2012 Elections.

Local Information

  • Vote by Mail ballots will be arriving in mailboxes this week, and voters will notice that the ballot cards are longer this election, according to a press release issued by Sacramento County Voter Registration and Elections. With two 19-inch ballot cards, the General Election’s Vote by Mail return envelope will weigh slightly more than one ounce and will require 65 cents postage to mail. Voters living within the City of Sacramento boundaries will receive three 19-inch ballot cards this November due to the number and size of City contests on the ballot. Postage on these return envelopes will also be 65 cents.
  • This week Sacramento County Voters can also drop off their vote by mail ballot at any of the 14 drop-off locations throughout the County. Please visit www.elections.saccounty.net for locations and hours. Voters can also drop off their Vote by Mail ballot at any polling place in their county on Election Day.
  • Local Events

    Sacramento State’s Project for an Informed Electorate Forum
    October 15, 3pm
    @Sacramento State’s Hinde Auditorium in the University Union
    Click here for more information.

    On Book Sacramento: Ballot Measures Demystified
    October 17, 3pm
    @Sacramento Public Library Galleria, 828 I St., Sacramento
    A panel of scholars and non-partisan experts will explain details of the 2012 California ballot measures. The potential impact, pros and cons, endorsements and campaign financing for each initiative will be discussed. Attendees are asked to bring their sample ballot to help make an informed choice in November. The program is presented in partnership with Department of Government at California State University, Sacramento.

    Regional Action Summit: Blast the Ballot
    October 16
    @The California Museum, Sacramento
    Click here for more information

    Presidential Debates

    • October 16 – Town meeting format including foreign and domestic policy – 9-10:30pm EST
    • October 22 – Foreign policy – 9-10:30pm EST

    Click here for more information on the Presidential Debates.

    Important Dates

    • October 22 – Last Day to Register to Vote
    • October 30 – Last Day to Request a Vote by Mail Ballot
    • November 6 – Election Day

    Voter Resources

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