Next Tuesday, June 5, California voters head to the polls for a primary election featuring races for Congress, governor and other statewide administrative positions, seats in the state legislature, and countless local offices. The ballot also features five statewide propositions, as well as a variety of local measures.
To help voters prepare for all of this, we published a list of Bay Area voting resources in the April/May edition of the Monitor. During these final days before the election, however, the most useful one we can recommend would be Voter’s Edge California. A joint project of Maplight and the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund, this website lists your personal polling place and ballot, as well as information about candidates and measures.
Finally, you should know that even if you aren’t registered to vote and missed the May 21 deadline, you still have the opportunity to cast a ballot through Conditional Voter Registration at your county elections office or other specially designated locations.