March 25, 2020 •
Gov. Newsom Issues Executive Order for Upcoming Elections
California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued an executive order extending vote-by-mail for three upcoming elections.
The order comes as part of government efforts to protect public health and combat the spread of coronavirus.
Under the executive order, county election officials are to distribute vote-by-mail to all voters eligible to participate in the special elections.
The elections include the special election for the 28th Senate District, a runoff election for the 25th Congressional District, and a special recall election held in the city of Westminster.
In addition to calling for changes to the way the upcoming special elections are conducted, the governor’s order also extends the deadlines for the ballot counting, tabulation and other responsibilities related to California’s presidential primary election for 21 days.
This will allow for the implementation of appropriate social distancing measures.
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