ALERT: No Party Preference Voters – How to vote for President March 3rd
Californians who are registered to vote with No Party Preference may request an American Independent Party, DEMOCRATIC Party, or Libertarian Party presidential primary ballot. This is a process known as “crossover voting.” If a No Party Preference voter does not request a crossover ballot, they will receive a primary election ballot WITHOUT any presidential candidates listed.
The Republican Party in California does not allow any No Party Preference voters to vote on the Republican ticket.
No Party Preference voters who vote in person may simply request their desired crossover ballot when checking in at the polls. For more information on No Party Preference voting, go to the California Secretary of State’s website by clicking HERE.
Denessa Atiles will be our speaker, She is active in the ACLU and lives in Elk Grove. Denessa is the Senior Regional Organizer–West Coast for Indivisible, and also a leader of Indivisible’s State Strong Program. At our AADC meeting, we hope to hear about legislation Denessa has supported and which has now become law, as well as …