Bring your freshly mailed ballot and follow along as the League of Women Voters of SF reviews the pros and cons of the 12 statewide ballot measures. Learn more about the issues you will be voting on, including stem cell research, affirmative action, ride sharing, criminal justice, property taxes, and more.
We'll take a deeper dive into the two measures that would directly impact UCSF, Prop 14, which authorizes bonds continuing stem cell research and Prop 16, which allows diversity as a factor in public employment, education, and contracting decisions.
All California voters are welcome to attend and learn more. This event is a partnership between UCSF, the Science Policy Group at UCSF, the University of San Francisco, SF State University, and the Women's March of San Francisco.
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Are you ready to vote?
All registered voters in California will automatically receive a mailed ballot this year. Is your address up to date? Make sure you are registered and ready so you can vote remotely. Remember, Election Day is November 3 and the deadline to update your voter registration is October 19.
Find more UCSF voter engagement events at ucsf.edu/vote.
Friday, October 16 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm