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November 2008 Elections

KRC's Voter Guide

This guide shows voters how to vote and has important election related deadlines, along with recommendations on propositions and voter's rights information. It has detailed description and recommendation on propositions 4, 6, and 9.

Read the KRC November 2008 Voter Guide


Power Vote! An Introduction to Civic Engagement (NAKASEC)

In preparation for this historic election year, NAKASEC is proud to release its 2008 election guide: “Power Vote 2008: An Introduction to Civic Engagement.” This non-partisan bilingual resource provides information on the U.S. government, how the election process works, how a bill becomes law, the history of the Voting Rights Act, the different ways of voting, important election deadlines such as voter registration, and much more.

Aimed at voters young and old, new and experienced, the information presented is relevant to all those interested in the election process.

Read Power Vote! An Introduction to Civic Engagement


MIV Voter Guide

This MIV 2008 Voter Guide was written to make the issues on the ballot easier to understand for everyone. We hope that the information and recommendations in this guide will help you to understand the ballot issues that will benefit low-income immigrant and other marginalized communities, and those that threaten them.

Read MIV's Voter Guide

Your organization can obtain free copies of this voter guide by joining MIV. Click here for detailed information.


LGBTQ Rights

NCAPA 2008 Presidential Survey

June 2008 Elections

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선거책자 다운로드 (PDF 파일, 1.5 MB)


November 2006 Elections

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APIA Voter Materials for the June 6, 2006 Primaries. Download PDF.


November 2005 Elections

2005 California Special Statewide Election Guide "Your Voice, Your Vote"

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