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She will use members of the audience to show how votes would be counted, how this system solves vote splitting issues, encourages civil campaigns and saves jurisdictions money.
The system also provides more voter choices, represents more voters and provides more opportunities for women and candidates from other underrepresented communities to run and win.
Don't miss this informative presentation.
San Diego County Registrar of Voters Michael Vu spoke to us about important new California state laws that will dramatically change our voting process and observations on how voting went in 2016.
He was gracious enough to send us his slide presentation that illustrates some of the issues he addressed. Click here to download.
Click here for an article about one of them.
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla has recently rolled out this new program. Two ways make it happen -- Click on the banner to go to the SOS website and register online or copy and paste the link in an email and send to your favorite teen.
It's available to all citizens 16 and 17 years old. Be ready to vote.
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