San Luis Obispo County
San Luis Obispo County
10/5, 12:00 to 12:30 pm
SLOCO Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong will set the record straight on how ballots are received, counted and verified.
Each Monday through November 9th we will hold webinars on Election 2020 topics which will help voters understand the changes in the election process this year. We'll have different topics every week, timed to match what's going on in the election.
Voter Service Chair Julie Rodewald will host the series, and we will have other guests who are expert in the election process. Participate in Q&A to get your questions answered.
We want you to be ready to make your vote count!
Lunch with The League will be held via Zoom webinar and will also be livestreamed over Facebook Live.
2020 Voter Education Resources
- Easy Voter Guide (PDF)
Our unbiased publication for new and busy voters, providing important information about voting and the state ballot measures. The Easy Voter Guide is community reviewed to ensure the information is easy to understand. Available in five language versions here.
- Pros & Cons (PDF)
A detailed, unbiased overview of the state level ballot measures, along with the arguments for and against those so you can weigh the arguments and make informed decisions about issues that impact you when you vote. View the Pros & Cons online here.
Racial & Criminal Justice Reform Panel: Watch the Replay
This year’s Opening Meeting program included a timely panel discussion titled “Racial and Criminal Justice Reform.” The panel members were:
- Jill Bolster-White (Transitions Mental Health)
- Deanna Cantrell (SLO Police Chief)
- Stephen Vines (SLO County NAACP)
Also included are presentations by League committee chairs. This is your opportunity to hear about all spheres of the League’s endeavors.
League of Women Voters
The League of Women Voters encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League of Women Voters does not support or oppose candidates or political parties.
The League of Women Voters of San Luis Obispo County has been Making Democracy Work since 1961 and is a Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All dues and donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.