November 2012 Elections

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The Korean American community continues to be impacted by anti-immigrant sentiments and budget cuts. University tuition continues to rise, teachers and school days are being cut, and crucial services for low-income and elderly community members are being eliminated. But the Korean American community's continued civic engagement around the census, healthcare, and immigration issues has had a positive impact on our national politics. The Korean Resource Center hopes that this voter guide serves as a useful resource to help you understand the voting process and raise our community’s voice on November 6.

On Tuesday, November 6, California will vote on:

  • Statewide ballot initiatives
  • Presidential election for the President of the United States
  • One US Senator, your local US House of Representatives Congressmember, and your local California State Assembly-member and Senator.
  • Local initiatives (municipality and county)


Important Dates

Voter Registration Deadline
Monday, October 22
*Registration Forms must be postmarked by this date.
* You must re-register if you have changed your address or name.
Vote-By-Mail Application Deadline
Tuesday, October 30
Election Date
Tuesday, November 6, 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
  • Your polling place location will be printed on the back of your sample ballot.
  • First time voters must show a photo ID or a document that states their name and residence address at the poll site.
  • VBM ballots must be received by the local county clerk’s once by Election Day. On Election Day, you can drop off VBM ballots at any polling place within your county.
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