All registered voters in California will continue receiving vote-by-mail ballots in future elections under a new law signed Monday.
The Nov. 3 election will test Californians’ commitment to voting by mail as the nation’s most populous state offers far fewer in-person polling places, hoping that during a pandemic voters will choose to cast ballots from the safety of their mailboxes.
Election officials are also keeping a close eye on any problems with voter intimidation at the polls. Any threatening language or actions will not be tolerated as people cast their ballots.
What you need to know about mail-in voting for the 2020 election.
Every registered California voter will soon get a vote-by-mail ballot sent to their address and new safety measures are being taken to insure the voting process goes smoothly.
More Americans are expected to vote by mail than ever before in the November presidential election, which is just two months away, due to concerns over the coronavirus.
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