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— Voting in the mid-term elections is easy for some people – just a quick walk around the corner or a short drive to the polling station. But for others, it may seem impossible. Taking time off from work or overcoming physical disabilities can prevent many people from exercising their right to vote. And living in remote or rural communities can make getting to the polls particularly difficult. But with a little advance planning, you can make sure your vote is …

— By Laura Mecoy Diana Love is retired, but you wouldn’t know it. She has numerous meetings and out-of-town trips booked at any given time. She’s also started her own nonprofit and serves in leadership positions on local commissions. Yet Love, 66, of Palmdale, has found time this election year to educate voters age 50 and older about issues important to them and where the candidates stand on those issues. A former state legislative staff member, Love said 50-plus voters are …

— por Laura Mecoy Diana Love está jubilada, pero no tendrías manera de darte cuenta. Tiene reuniones y viajes fuera de la ciudad reservados en todo momento. También comenzó su propia organización sin fines de lucro y tiene puestos de liderazgo en varias comisiones locales. Pero Love, de 66 años, de Palmdale, California, ha encontrado tiempo este año electoral para educar a los votantes mayores de 50 años acerca de los asuntos de importancia para ellos y sobre la postura de los …

— Don’t Forget to Vote on June 5th! On Tuesday, June 5, Californians have the opportunity to vote on a number of ballot initiatives, including Prop 68, the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access for All Act of 2018. Prop 68 is a $4 billion general obligation bond, the proceeds of which would go toward state and local parks, environmental protection and restoration projects, water infrastructure projects, and flood-protection projects. A significant portion of funding would be …

— Thanks to the California Voter’s Choice Act, a law passed in 2016, voters in five California counties will have more flexibility to choose how, when, and where they cast their ballots, beginning with the June 5th primary election. Participating counties are: Madera Napa Nevada Sacramento San Mateo Voting options under the Voter’s Choice Act include: Vote by Mail: All registered voters in participating counties will be sent a ballot in the mail. Use a Drop Box:Voters can choose to return their …

— Californians will go to the polls this year to elect leaders and steer policy directions for the most populous state in the nation. AARP California is encouraging all citizens to make their voices heard in the June 5 primary elections by exercising their right to vote. The primaries will whittle the field of would-be successors to Gov. Jerry Brown (D) to two if no candidate polls more than 50 percent. Every statewide office is contested, as are many congressional, state …