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Your Vote is Your Voice. Be Heard.

Your Vote is Your Voice.

Be Heard Humboldt! Share why you're voting in this year's election. 

Your Vote is Your Voice. Be Heard.
Easy Voter Guide 2020

Easy Voter Guide

Use the League of Women Voter's Easy Voter Guide to get the information you need to be a confident voter. 

Easy Voter Guide 2020
Watch Local Candidate Forums for the November 3rd, 2020 Election

Watch Local Candidate Forums for the November 3rd, 2020 Election on Our YouTube Channel

Watch Local Candidate Forums for the November 3rd, 2020 Election on YouTube

Watch Local Candidate Forums
2019 State of the Community Luncheon Committee

State of Community Luncheon Committee

Special thanks to our amazing committee who made it all happen. Byrd Lochtie, Judith Stoffer, Judy Bennett (chair), Julie Kelly, Anne Hartline, Carolyn Prescott, Becky Simpson, Debbe Hartridge, Nancy Frost, Sharolyn Hutton and Nancy Kay.

Humboldt County

Are you ready for the 2020 Election? 

Here are some resources to help you feel confident about your vote. 

STEP 1: Register & Make Your Voting Plan

 

 

 

STEP 2: Get Informed About What's On the Ballot

  • Watch local candidate forums on our YouTube Channel, or by going to the bottom of our News & Media Page
  • Download and read the League of Women Voter's Easy Voter Guide for unbiased education on what will be on the California ballot this year.
  • Watch this California Proposition Overview and Pro & Con video (one hour, fifteen minutes) of League members providing an overview of each of the propositions on this year's ballot, along with the pros and cons. 
  • Check out Voter’s Edge, the nonpartisan interactive tool created by the League of Women Voters, which allows you to compare candidates, learn more about propositions, and plan your vote. 
  • Eureka Voters: Learn more about Ranked Choice Voting (Measure C on this year's ballot) by watching this video

STEP 3: Vote! Help Make Democracy Work!

  • Submit your ballot by mail, bring it to a Voter Assistance Center or Drop Off Location, or Vote In Person
  • If you choose to mail your ballot, you can track it by signing up for Where's My Ballot, which lets voters know where their ballot is, and its status, every step of the way.
  • Sign up to get notifications from the Humboldt County Elections Office here

 

 

Easy Voter Guide 2020

Download Easy Voter Guide Now

CELEBRATE THE VOTE

1920s Suffragettes picketing

The parade, originally scheduled for August 22, 2020, has been re-scheduled for

August 14, 2021.

 

The August 14, 2021, parade will celebrate the

END OF THE 100th YEAR OF WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE.

Please save the date! 

More information will be forthcoming next year. 

Thank you!

Celebrate the Vote Committee