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Make a difference when you vote this Election Day

One of the most powerful ways you can help families in our community is with your vote and Election Day is fast approaching. There are several issues on the ballot that affect families and, by voting, you can make a positive impact on their lives.

If you’re already registered to vote, your voting ballot should arrive in the mail soon. Check your voter status at lavote.gov to help ensure you are ready to vote. For San Bernardino County voters, voter status and additional voting resources can be located here. Early vote-by-mail starts October 11th and runs through Election Day, which is November 8th.

Your vote matters in every election. Be sure read about all the issues that are important to you, your children, and community. Educate yourselves about who and what you’re voting on. The following ballot measures are approved for this election:

Proposition 1: Constitutional Right to Reproductive Freedom. Legislative Constitutional Amendment. 

Proposition 26: Allows In-Person Roulette, Dice Games, Sports Wagering on Tribal Lands. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.

Proposition 27: Allows Online and Mobile Sports Wagering Outside Tribal Lands. Initiative Constitutional Amendment and Statute.

Proposition 28: Provides Additional Funding for Arts and Music Education in Public Schools. Initiative Statute.

Proposition 29: Requires On-Site Licensed Medical Professional at Kidney Dialysis Clinics and Establishes Other State Requirements. Initiative Statute.

Proposition 30: Provides Funding for Programs to Reduce Air Pollution and Prevent Wildfires by Increasing Tax on Personal Income Over $2 Million. Initiative Statute.

Proposition 31: Referendum On 2020 Law That Would Prohibit the Retail Sale of Certain Flavored Tobacco Products.

Click here to view the entire Official Voter Information Guide.

Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. If you work nontraditional hours that prevent you from casting your ballot in person before the deadline, state law requires your employer to grant time for voting. Employees are eligible for paid time off for the purpose of voting only if they do not have sufficient time outside of working hours to vote. The intent of the law is to provide an opportunity to workers who would not be able to vote because of their jobs.

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