Starting on Oct. 24, Long Beach residents can drop off their ballots or vote in person at The Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center.
Content that focuses on voter registration.
Why voting won’t change the status quo.
Rejecting racism and fighting for inclusion.
The many problems with a potential President Biden.
How voting rights in America have changed throughout the decades.
What propositions are California voters voting on?
Who’s on the ballot for the 2020 election?
As the election draws near, it’s important for voters to remember it’s not just about the name on the ballot but the country’s wellbeing.
Regulations stemming from the coronavirus pandemic may cause a decrease in voter turnout for the 2020 election, according to Long Beach State political science professors.
White people are more likely to vote than people of color and it is time to change that.