Newsflash – September 13, 2021
From: Nathan Pierce – Family Protection Ministries
Tomorrow, September 14, between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., we have the opportunity to go to the polls, exercise our God-given responsibilities and rights, and send a message concerning the direction that our government should take.
The moral fabric of our nation and our liberties are in great peril. Be a faithful steward of the freedoms God has entrusted to us. Protect your rights and liberties – get involved in the election process, support good candidates, and vote.
What is on the Recall Ballot?
The recall ballot asks two questions:
1) Do you want to recall the Governor?
2) If the Governor is recalled, who do you want to replace him?
- If 50% or more vote NO, the governor would remain in office.
- If more than 50% vote YES, the governor would be removed from office and the person with the most votes would replace him.
- Voters can vote on either one or both parts of the recall ballot.
Voting by Absentee Ballot(aka “Vote-by-Mail ballot”)
Voting by absentee ballot allows you to take your time when marking your ballot and vote wherever is convenient for you, such as in your home. It also assures you that no last minute emergency will keep you from casting your important vote.
Every registered voter in California should have received a vote-by-mail ballot. A request for an absentee ballot is not needed.
You can hand deliver your vote-by-mail ballot by 8 p.m. on September 14th at any of the following:
- Your local (or any) polling place in the county in which you are registered
- Your county elections office
- A secure ballot drop box in the county in which you are registered
You may also mail your vote-by-mail ballot with prepaid postage as long as it is postmarked by September 14, 2021.
If you need someone else to hand deliver your absentee ballot, you may authorize a relative or a person residing at your address to do so by filling out the appropriate place on the envelope that accompanies the ballot that you received by mail.
Additional questions about absentee ballots and voting in your county can be answered by your local county elections office, which you can locate by clicking here.
If you do not have enough information to vote on a particular issue or office, you can leave that space blank and vote on the rest.
Information about voting and elections is also available at the web site for the Secretary of State: www.sos.ca.gov/elections.