Tuesday, October 14, 2014
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
UC Center Sacramento
1130 K Street, Suite LL22
With the growing popularity of vote-by-mail in California it is important to understand who are vote-by-mail voters and what barriers may exist to casting a successful vote-by-mail ballot. The panel will highlight new research on the demographics of vote-by-mail users and non-users as well as discuss the common errors that result in an unsuccessful vote-by-mail ballot and offer possible solutions to make sure every vote counts.
- Kim Alexander, California Voter Foundation
- Jill LaVine, Sacramento County Registrar
- Mindy Romero, California Civic Engagement Project & UC Davis Center for Regional Change
- Karla Zombro, California Calls
- David Lesher (Moderator), Public Policy Institute of California
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