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100+ Things to Think About When Implementing Vote Centers

The California Voter’s Choice Act is a California election law requiring election officials to mail a Vote by Mail ballot to all voters at the election. Election officials are required to replace polling places with a certain minimum number of ballot Drop Off Locations and Vote Centers. The Act potentially affects 14 pilot counties who may opt-in and use the provisions of SB 450 starting in 2018. All counties except for Los Angeles must use the provisions of The Act beginning in 2020.   VIEW WHITE PAPER »