The Easiest Way to Help

We spend so much time spreading Jerry’s message through the Interwebs that sometimes it’s easy to overlook the most important element in any election: Actually voting.

Did you know registering to vote in California takes approximately the same amount of time as clicking through your high school lab partner’s cousin’s Facebook photos from her recent trip to the Galapagos? (I swear I didn’t do that.)

Use your procrastination time for a good cause. If you recently moved to California and have yet to register to vote, get thee to the Secretary of State’s website and sign on up. All you need is a PDF viewing program and a paper printer to complete the form. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t even have to have a California driver’s license number – the state will assign you a unique voter identification number if you don’t.

We made it easy to share, too – the Jerry Brown Facebook page links to a ‘Register to Vote’ event. RSVP, and and be sure to invite your friends, family, coworkers, high school lab partner’s cousin, and any other recent California transplants you may know, to keep the reminder viral.

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2 responses to “The Easiest Way to Help

  1. Lone Eagle

    I want to register to vote for Gov. Brown in the election. But I have a problem. I’m paying rent on a place in NorCal. But I am in Kentucky for a few months. Can I register to vote even though I’m not in California and won’t be till after the election? Thanks.

    • carlicita

      Yes! I believe you can vote by mail, as long as you have a NorCal address, they will send you the ballot. Can you set up mail forwarding so the ballot reaches you?

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