SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- From the differences between mail-in ballots and in-person voting to the key dates and deadlines. Here's a roundup of what you need to know about the 2020 election.
All registered voters in California will receive a mail-in ballot. However, if you are not able to or do not want to vote by mail, here's what you need to know about voting in person.
This year's election will rely more on ballots sent through the mail, than those cast in the ballot booth.
Some things are different this year because of the coronavirus pandemic. Here's how it'll work:
On Election Day you can vote in person, where stations will be set up six feet apart. While you're encouraged to wear a mask, you won't be refused your right to vote if you don't wear one.
And you can register to vote here.
As millions of Californians prepare to vote by mail in the November 2020 election, the state has launched a new tool that lets you see exactly where your ballot is.
There are 12 props on the California ballot. To help you sort out where you stand, we've put together an interactive guide to the 2020 propositions in California.
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