The Future of Voting in California

52 min
at 9:00 AM
A voter drops off their mail-in ballot at the King County County Department of Elections in Renton, Washington on November 2, 2016. (Photo: Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images)

More than 3 million Californians have already cast their ballots by mail -- a state record. In this hour, we'll talk about what the rising popularity of mail-in voting means for vote counting, turnout and campaign tactics. We'll also preview big changes to voting in California that Governor Jerry Brown recently approved, aimed at making it easier to vote by mail and in-person.

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Guests:

Kim Alexander, president and founder, California Voter Foundation

Joe Canciamilla, county clerk, recorder and registrar of voters, Contra Costa County

Paul Mitchell, vice president, Political Data Inc.

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