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California Counts: Voter cram session

The Crawford Family Forum
Free
During their spring break, high school students volunteer to hand out voter registration forms in South Sacramento on March 24th 2016.

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio
Andrew Nixon/Capital Public Radio
During their spring break, high school students volunteer to hand out voter registration forms in South Sacramento on March 24th 2016. Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

This event has reached capacity, but please join us here for the Livestream, beginning at 7:00pm on Wednesday, November 2! 

Early voting has begun in California, and the thickest voter guide in state history has hit our mailboxes.

Those 224 pages are a lot to get through. Fear not, procrastinators: We’re here to help with a lively event that’ll get you all caught up just in time for Election Day.  

On Wednesday, November 2, AirTalk’s Larry Mantle hosts a good, old-fashioned, information-packed voter cram session. Bring your sample ballot as Larry and voting experts wade through California's U.S. senate race and all 17 of those state ballot propositions.

We want to help you develop a personal Voter Game Plan. Join us for a fast-paced look at the statewide ballot, what’s at stake, who’s footing the bill and what it all means for you.

Guests

Fernando Guerra, political science professor and founder-director, the Center for the Study of Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University

Ange-Marie Hancock, associate professor of political science and gender studies at the University of Southern California

Marisa Lagos, politics reporter, KQED

Patt Morrison, contributor, KPCC and Los Angeles Times

Laurel Rosenhall, politics reporter, CALmatters

KPCC wants to hear from you. Share your insights – before or after the town hall – with our mobile recording booth in the lobby.

This event is part of California Counts, a collaboration among KPCC, KQED, KPBS and Capital Public Radio to report on the 2016 election. 

Voting has begun in California. KPCC is here for you and will help you develop your Voter Game Plan. Use our election guide to find your personalized ballot.