Ballot talk with League of Women Voters SF
Learn about what's on your ballot and how you can vote!
Experts from the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of San Francisco will provide detailed information and insights on the upcoming Presidential Primary on March 5. The spring ballot includes decisions on algebra curriculum in San Francisco public schools, police staffing levels, drug tests for those receiving public assistance, and housing bonds.
The League of Women Voters is a nonprofit that educates the public on elections and civic engagement. They have a Youth Council and opportunities to learn skills for observing government and elections.
Also at this event, get information about how to cast your ballot in the primary. The San Francisco Department of Elections will provide information in English and Spanish about voter registration, accessible voting, and resources for justice-involved voters and those without a fixed address.
Want to learn more? Check out Gators Vote or attend their next on-campus voter registration event:
- Vote-A-Tines: The Perfect Date to Register, Wednesday, Feb. 14, noon – 3 p.m.