On Friday, Sept. 8, the California Senate passed Assembly Bill 969 — which would change how counties handle contracts and plans for voting systems.
On Tuesday, July 18, a federal judge dismissed a fringe lawsuit that challenged California’s voting laws, regulations and guidelines that allow for universal mail-in voting, online voter registration, community ballot collection and otherwise expand voting access.
The California Senate is considering a recently passed bill — Assembly Bill 969 — which would change how counties handle contracts and plans for voting systems.
On Tuesday, March 28, the conservative majority of the Shasta County, California Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 to hand count all ballots during the county’s next election.
On Tuesday, Sept. 26, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed two voting bills into law, Assembly Bill 2815 and Senate Bill 1131.
On Monday, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission unanimously approved new congressional and legislative maps.
On Monday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed Assembly Bill 37 into law, requiring all registered voters to receive a mail-in ballot at least 29 days before every election.
On Thursday, California Democrats moved one step closer to overhauling their state’s vote-by-mail procedures.
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