2020 Voter Education Resources For Partners
The resources below are peer reviewed and vetted by our nonpartisan network of partners. The messages were informed by our “Voter Messaging in the Time of COVID-19” survey done in partnership with Center for Inclusive Democracy at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy.
Use the resources as they are or feel free to copy and paste into your own voter education outreach materials. Translations are provided on request and conducted with a community review process. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a Word Version of these resources or to request translations.
Check back frequently. We will be updating this page with new and relevant materials in the lead up to November 3.
Voting Options Video
Voting Options Flyer
The Voting Options Flyer is a plain language guide of the voting options California voters have for the 2020 Presidential Election. The flyer provides useful links for where to register to vote/update registration, how to track your ballot, and where to find voting locations.
English Flyer version (Formatted to print double sided)
Social Media Toolkits
The Weekly Social Media Toolkit includes sample posts and custom graphics for your own voter education efforts for each week leading up to Election Day. Join us every Tuesday, starting Sept 1, to help us amplify the important messages about voting options this Fall. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @FutureCAElect
California has Same Day Registration and Early Voting to ensure that voters can cast a successful ballot each election. This toolkit contains sample messaging on both, as well as a short FAQ on Same Day Voter Registration.
Frequently Asked Questions
The FAQ questions were identified as the top questions voters need to know for the Presidential Election. We will continue updating this resource as we get closer to Election Day.
RESOURCES BY OUR PARTNERS
Set up a version of Voter’s Edge California for your organization, a joint project of MapLight and the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund.
Reaching Low Propensity Voters in the November 2020 Elections by California Common Cause