Listen to Warren Slocum discuss the certification crisis facing elections officials in California. As of Feb. 6th, exactly four months to the date of the June Primary, only 11 counties representing 15% of California's voters have certified voting systems in place.
Registering to vote is something akin to getting a license to drive. In California, you can't just show up at the polls on Election Day to vote--you must be registered two weeks before the election. Listen in and learn how. Don't be left out!
It's the latest trend in voting these days with the busy lives we lead. Vote when you want, where you want during the 30-day period preceding the election. It's that simple.
The Sample Ballot & Official Election Information guide was completely redesigned--hear what's new and what the guide has to offer.
Election results are available online Election night beginning at 8:05pm at www.shapethefuture.org. What do they represent, when are they updated, when is it over? Slocum tells all.
County Chief Elections Officer, Warren Slocum discusses the process of running for public office.
As the touchscreen debate sweeps the nation, Slocum frames the issue from the viewpoint of election integrity. He offers his unique perspective on the California experience and compares the November Presidential election with the 2000 Presidential election.
Listen to Warren Slocum, San Mateo County's Chief Elections Officer comment on election issues, election reform plus tips for voters.
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