Be an informed voter!
A central mission of The League of Women Voters is to help citizens make informed decisions about public policy issues and know the issues before you vote. We make voting easier through our voter education and voter information resources, by providing nonpartisan election information.
We hope the following resources and links will provide you several ways to learn about upcoming measures and propositions on the June 2018 Ballot.
JUNE 5, 2018 CALIFORNIA PRIMARY ELECTION
Your polling place is open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
This guide is published by the LWVPA and includes nonpartisan information for the June 2018 Ballot.
LWV California's Education Fund Ballot Measures Explained
Upcoming LWVPA Pros/Cons Presentation Dates:The arguments for and against six ballot measures to be voted on June 5, 2018
Pros & Cons:
1. Proposition 68-- Bonds for environment, parks & water
2. Proposition 69 -- Transportation funding
3. Proposition 70-- Cap and trade agreement vote
4. Proposition 71-- Effective date for ballot measures
5. Proposition 72-- Property tax exclusion for rain water capture systems
6. Measure 3-- Toll increases on Bay Area bridges
Plus information on the Primary and Recall processes in California
Open to the public thanks to the support from the following co-sponsors:
The Leagues of Women Voters of Santa Clara County will present a candidates forum for the office of County Sheriff.
The one-hour candidates forum will be followed by one hour of Pros and Cons of the June 5 Primary Election ballot measures.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 (7-9 pm), Cupertino Community Hall, 10350 Torre Avenue, Cupertino, CA 95014
Voter's Edge California, an online election guide from the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund and MapLight
You can look up your polling place by typing in your home address at the Voter's Edge California website. You can also see your entire ballot, with national, state, and local contests. Find Voter's Edge California online at VotersEdge
This guide is a collaboration of the League of Women Voters® of California Education Fund and the California State Library.