You have until October 20th to register to vote.

Posted on October 4, 2014

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Democracy At Work Project

We would like to join the MyVote Democracy At Work Project and encourage each and every one of you to vote. What’s more is we’re going to make doing so brain-dead easy.

Register to vote in person or by mail by clicking here. *(1)


Yup, there is no easier way to register to vote than by clicking the above link. In just a few clicks and keystrokes, you can be registered to vote in the November 4th general election. You can even use this link to get your ballot by mail.

Did you recently move? Have life circumstances prevented you from voting in a recent election? Do you want a say in how your government is run and who represents your interests in both Sacramento and Washington D.C. ?

It is up to you to take the first step in advocating change by voting.

(1) Important note: Please do NOT use this link to register or re-register to vote if you are enrolled in a confidential address program such as Safe at Home. If sharing your address could put you in life-threatening danger, you may be eligible to register to vote confidentially.

For more information, contact the Safe at Home program at (877) 322-5227 or visit www.sos.ca.gov/safeathome/.

And now our not entirely popular political views:

Do you want to send a justice packing for his administrative acts like Mr.We Own The CCMS Code ?  Note that we do not support sending all justices down in flames come November 4th. The reason we mention, yet do not endorse this effort is because justices do not get county benefits.

We’d like to see the law tightened up to completely stop all county benefits to judges for the reasons set forth in the video and do not believe this can be achieved by holding responsible those who do not receive those benefits. It is legislators that made the law and it needs to be legislators and the governor that fix it.

Furthermore, we believe that judges should also stand for retention elections much like justices do as a measure of public accountability. It is our belief that it is in the peoples best interest to have all judges stand for retention in addition to contested elections.

If an election is a contested election, there should be an option to retain a judge in addition to voting for a prospective judge. None of the above with the possibility of our governor appointing a judge to a seat vacated by the voters should be an option.

We strongly endorse tossing off the bench everyone on Team George (link) for the good of the branch and the people of the state of California.

Finally, since a bond is a tax on the next generation, we strongly endorse following Scotland’s lead by promoting those age sixteen and older the right to vote.