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Voter Registration Information and Links

If you are 18 years old, you can register to vote. If you are 16 or 17 you can pre-register now; you will then be automatically registered when you turn 18.

This is a good time to confirm that you're registered at your current address, register to vote if you need to (deadline: Feb. 18), or request a mail ballot (deadline: Feb. 25).

In this election, nonpartisan voters who want to vote for a Democratic presidential candidate will have to specifically request a "Nonpartisan Democratic" ballot. They can do so online here or call the Registrar of Voters at (858) 565-5800. (Deadline: Feb. 25)

See a list of FAQ about voting here.

 Voter Guides and Ballot Proposition Information

SD County Democratic Party Voter Guide

KPBS Voter Guide (type in your address and see what your ballot will look like)

The League of Women Voters has a site called Voter's Edge California that allows you to type in your address and see all the races on your ballot, with non-partisan information presented on the measures and propositions. 

Measure A (SOS): Union Tribune article

Measure B (Newland Sierra): Union Tribune article

Measure Q (Escondido School Bond): Union Tribune article, San Diego County Taxpayers statement of support

State Proposition 13 (no, not that Prop 13, this one is about school bonds): Union Tribune article

Central Committee Members for the San Diego County Democratic Party. If you are a Democrat in Assembly District 75, on your March 3 ballot you will be able to vote for 6 fellow Democrats to represent our district on the SD County Democratic Party Central Committee. The EDC has not endorsed in this race, but for your information, an Escondido slate of 6 is running, all home club members of the Escondido Democratic Club and/or the Escondido Young Democrats Club. Their Facebook page is here.

Resources for Evaluating Judicial Candidates

There are four Superior Court judicial seats appearing on ballots for the March primary. None of them are incumbents. All are for seats vacated by a retiring judge.

The San Diego County Democratic Party has endorsed a judge in all four races; see SDDEM Voter Guide.

The San Diego County Bar Association evaluates all the candidates; results will be posted here.

A progressive journalist's take on the nominees can be found here, including links to the San Diego Union Tribune's interviews with each candidate.

Articles on how judges are chosen in California: When (and Why) We Vote for Judges, Judicial Selection: A Look at California



Democratic party links

Democratic Party – National:
Democratic Party – State:
San Diego County Democratic Party (SDCDP) –

Elected official links

Escondido City Council Members:
Contact the President:
Contact Senator Harris:
Contact Senator Feinstein: 
Contact Governor Newsom:

UTSandiego – Letters to the Editor

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A Blue View for Escondido

Alianza North County

Daily Kos

Kevin Drum (Mother Jones)

Real Clear Politics

Huffington Post




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