Outreach & Education – Voting Information Resources

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California’s Top-Two Voting System, September 2014
Disability Rights California

This publication provides easy to understand information regarding the top-two voting system passed in 2010 in California.


Easy Voter Guide (EVG), since 1994
The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund

This website provides nonpartisan statewide election information in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean to help voters understand state ballot measures and how to vote in an easy to read format.


Frequently Asked Questions about Voter Identification, October 2012
Disability Rights California

This resource provides Californians with useful information of their rights when it comes to voter identification on Election Day.


Guide to California Government, 16th Edition July 2015
The League of Women Voters of California Education Fund

This book provides an overview of the structures of California government, including easy-to-navigate resources such as info graphics and links to related websites so readers can find and access their government easily.


How Can I Vote if I am Hospitalized, September 2010                                                  Disability Rights California

This publication provides answers to frequently asked questions about voting rights for those hospitalized.


Improving California’s Vote-by-Mail Process: A Three-County Study, August 2014
California Voter Foundation

This report identifies the top three reasons why some vote-by-mail ballots go uncounted – received too late, lack of voter’s signature or the signature on the ballot does not compare to the one on file. The report also provides legislative and administrative recommendations to help decrease the number of uncounted vote-by-mail ballots.


Let Me Vote FAQ, September 2014
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of California Voting Rights Project

This document answers frequently asked questions about the formerly incarcerated’s right to vote and the registration process.