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Election Information
Before You Vote...
The League of Women Voters can provide you with all you need to know to make an informed
decision on Nov. 4.

Here are some valuable resources:
Start with our own website. Here you will find the LWVSB Education Fund's non-partisan voter information, as well as links to other useful sites.
You can also watch the video of our September Community Forum: Debating the Merits of Ballot Measure P2014.

Visit the Classic SmartVoter for up-to-date information on voting in California, with candidates, ballot measures and and links to other states. Or go SmartVoter-Voters Edge, a new and even more comprehensive guide which is still in its pilot phase.

A new resource, LWVC Education Fund's cavotes, has the most thorough and current information on state ballot propositions. For each ballot measure you can see a brief description, as well as the Pros and Cons and in-depth information. Or you can get the Pros & Cons by calling our office at 965-2422.

Easy Voter Guide, is also online. This non-partisan project--available in five languages--is a service of LWVC Education Fund in collaboration with the California State Library. You can read it online or print as many copies as you need. English and Spanish versions are also available at our office.

For interviews with candidates for state offices, visit this site.
Vote with the League
Yes on State Prop. 2: Rainy Day Fund--State Budget Resources
Yes on State Prop. 47--Safe Neighborhoods & Schools Act
Yes on County Measure P2014--Ordinance Prohibiting Certain Petroleum Operations

The League has no recommendations on the other measures on this ballot. Visit our website for more information on these positions.
UN DAY: Youth in Peril:
Exploring Solutions

How Should Our Community Collaborate to Better Service Our Youth?
Friday, Oct. 24: 9:30 a.m. registration, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. program. Main Library Faulkner Gallery (RSVP by Oct. 22: www.unasb.org)

Join the United Nations Association of Santa Barbara for a discussion about urgent youth issues. Non-profit organizations, educators and community members are invited. The event, co-sponsored by LWVSB, is free and lunch will be provided to registered guests.
Joanie Jones & Susan Shank  
League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara 

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