Today, March 7th, is election day across L.A. County! Remember to bike the vote. #BikeTheVote
Vote today! Find your polling location & look up a sample ballot, and make sure you bike the vote. Polls are open until 8 p.m.
Know your voting rights (from the LA Fed)! Your employer is required by law to give you time off to vote. You can vote if your name isn’t on the list using a provisional ballot. You can vote after polls close, as long as you’re in line. You can change your vote if you make a mistake — just ask for a new ballot. You can take your vote-by-mail ballot to any polling location (and you can trade it for a new one if you make a mistake on it).
Vote No on S, Yes on H
NO on Measure S (Building Moratorium, L.A. City): Read more about LACBC’s statement here.
YES on Measure H (Homeless Services, L.A. County)
RALLY IN Santa Monica today CANCELLED
YES ON M Westside Rally & Press Event Election Day!
Join Mayor Garcetti, Mike Bonin, Westside Community Leaders and Neighbors at an event urging people to
VOTE YES ON MEASURE M
4th Street Expo Station
Santa Monica 4th Street Terminus Station
Tuesday, November 8, 2016 10:30am
What will Measure M bring to Santa Monica?
Today is the LAST DAY TO REGISTER
for the November 8th General Election.
It’s also a great time to take a moment, particularly if you’ve registered for the first time or moved, to double check that your registration is entered and current.
Register online here: http://bit.ly/btvregister
Check your registration here: https://voterstatus.sos.ca.gov/
#BikeTheVote voter guide
Make Your Voice Heard!
On June 7th, Californians will vote to elect new members of the state legislature and to choose candidates in the presidential primaries. There are 35 races where the California Bicycle Coalition could endorse a candidate. Locally you can get information and give input via Bike The Vote L.A and follow them on twitter @BIKETHEVOTE. It’s vital that the bike community speak up and come together to elect bike champions to office. Together we gain the political capital in Sacramento to win the ambitious agenda led by the California Bicycle Coalition. With the right people in office, we can win huge increases in bike funding to complete networks of low-stress bikeways, win complete streets policy with teeth, not just simply disjointed projects with bike lanes here and there.
We invite you to be heard and do your part to help get the right people in office.
1. Register to vote now (especially if you’ve moved in the past year)
2. Fill out this survey so California Bicycle Coalition can learn how best to involve you, politically.
The California Bicycle Coalition enables more people to bicycle for healthier, safer, more prosperous communities for all.
California Bicycle Coalition is a 501(c)(4)
Santa Monica Spoke, LACBC and it’s chapters are all a 501(c)3 that can not and do not endorse political candidates.