The California recall ballots ask 2 questions: whether to retain Gov. Newsom and with whom to replace him.
If a majority votes for the recall, that means Larry Elder, currently the top “Republican vote getter” could become Governor.
Oh No, Vote No!
Here’s what you need to do:
Vote No on the first part of the ballot (whether to recall our Governor)!
Election Day is September 14th, and ballots are in the mail now.
Every active registered voter will be mailed a vote-by-mail ballot for the recall election. If you do not receive your ballot by the end of the month, contact your local election clerk.
August 30th is the last day to register to vote online and get a ballot in the mail. After this day, you will have to register to vote at a vote center or your county elections office.
Some early in-person voting begins September 4th.
Mail back your ballot or drop it off to a drop box on or before Election Day, don’t delay! If you choose to send your ballot in via regular mail, it must be postmarked by Election Day and be received within 7 days following the election.
Removing Newsom in the California recall election is a mistake! Here’s your chance to stop it.