Hey Californians, It’s Almost Voting Day

Get ready for our first Super Tuesday.

Tomorrow is the final day for voters to take to the polls for the Presidential Primary Election. This is the first time the state joins Super Tuesday, a move supported by previous Governor Jerry Brown to increase the influence of Californians on the nomination process. Fifteen counties, making up over half the state’s registered voters, opened vote centers on February 22 thanks to the Voter’s Choice Act.

Voters may choose among a crowded field of primary candidates across all parties, both in the Presidential race and House seats up for grabs this fall. In addition, Prop 13 is on the ballot, which would allow the state to sell $15 billion in new bonds to help build and repair schools, including $9 billion for preschools and K-12 schools and $6 billion for public universities and community colleges.

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