Voter for fast and accurate election returns on Tuesday,
November 7. Point your browser to http://www.smartvoter.org
after the polls close at 8 o'clock. Smart Voter reacts swiftly
to each command therefore making it the ideal site for those
needing election returns. Smart Voter also has results for
255 local measures.
Smart Voter offers voters more than ever this year. There
are over 500 federal and state candidates, and nearly 4,000
local candidates. Candidates for water district, fire protection
district, and school board list their three priorities,
position papers, and endorsements.
The all-important personalized ballot lookup at http://www.smartvoter.org
speeds you to your singular ballot with sure fire accuracy
when you fill in your street address and zip code. A quick
click shows a map and directions to your polling place.
Smart Voter lists local ballot issues of many counties and
cities, such as Pasadena with three school-related measures,
Chula Vista's question to the voters about removing term
limits, and a recall in South Gate. Controlling growth is
an issue that many San Francisco Bay Area voters will address
November 7. From Sonoma wine country to urban San Jose,
growth control measures are on the ballot.
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more election sites such as California Voter Foundation
("Follow the Money"), Democracy Net (presidential
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the only address you need to know.
Smart Voter is a project of the League of Women Voters of
California Education Fund and major funding is provided
by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Intel Corporation,
Pacific Bella company of SBC Communications, Microsoft
Corporation, and XUMA.