San Benito County elections says officials do not go door-to-door collecting personal voter information.
Resident Steven Umfleet writes about his observations on the intricacies of our elections process, and the importance of understanding and monitoring the system.
Officials explain how it works and ensure it’s secure and accurate.
Mary Zanger writes that the vote of the community was ignored.
A postcard will be sent to 6,210 voters who have not voted in the last 4 years and have not changed their name, address, or party preference.
We are taught that what the Church teaches precedes politics, party loyalties and leanings
Redistricting changes some polling places, large voter turnout expected for presidential election
If all goes as planned, primary totals will be available at county website before deadline of June 29
A public forum will be held to inform voters about ballots, registration and voter rights
San Benito Rising group hands in three times the amount of signatures needed.