WELCOME to SMART VOTER
November 2, 1999 Election.
The election is now over and results have been posted. In some cases, they may not yet be the final results. Use "My Ballot" or the "Directory of Contests" to find the results.
We are supporting a run-off election in San Francisco to be held on December 14.
Use the convenient ballot lookup under "My Ballot" above to find the contests on your ballot. Links to more information about each contest and candidates are provided where available.
To browse contests and candidates, use the "Directory of Contests" in a county.
Have questions or comments for us? Check our "FAQs for Voters" or send us a feedback. We'd love to hear from you.
Which type of page has the most information on the Smart Voter site?
ANSWER: The "contest" page
for a single race or ballot measure.
That page lists an overview of candidates or
a ballot measure and may
contain additional information from known sources outside of
QUICK VIEW of SMART VOTER
Information from candidates and your county elections department with links to news media and other election sites.
(Not all data available for all counties)
- Your ballot
- Enter your address, get just your choices anytime you want them
- Information on races
- Read statements directly from
- Links to other sources
- Conveniently organized by race
- Local election resources
- For your county
- How do I get all of this data?
- Fill in your address and zip code above.
REGISTER to VOTE
Be sure to register in order to vote in your primary election. For California, you must be registered by February 7 in order to vote on March 7, 2000.
How to Register to Vote
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From the FEC
Voting & Registration in California Some Frequently Asked Questions on the subjects of Voter Registration, Political Parties, Sample Ballot/Ballot Pamphlet, Polling Information, Primary and General Elections
GreatSchools.net Guide to School Board Elections
What every voter should know about school boards.
Get Out and Vote! Ideas on encouraging people to go to the polls. From LWVEF
How to Judge a Candidate