State bills about Voting Rights and Education
AB 773 - Voter education: high school pupils
AB 773 would require school districts to implement voter education programming – developed by the Secretary of State and Department of Education, and further customized by local elections officials – for 12th grade students, which would equip young adults with the skills and knowledge needed to become electorally engaged citizens.
SB 511 - California New Motor Voter Program: implementation
Existing law establishes the California New Motor Voter Program for the purpose of increasing opportunities for voter registration by anyone qualified to be a voter under the California Constitution.
SB 523 - Elections: vote by mail ballots
Existing law specifies timelines for elections officials, upon receiving a vote by mail ballot, to compare the signatures on the identification envelope of the ballot to existing records of the voter’s signature and to notify the voter of an opportunity to verify the voter’s signature if the signatures do not match, or to sign the ballot if the voter failed to do so.
SB 57 - California New Motor Voter Program: voter registration
Existing law establishes the California New Motor Voter Program. As enacted in 2015 (AB 1461, Chapter 729, Statutes of 2015), the program is intended to improve voter registration by making registration easier when citizens get or renew a driver’s license, thereby increasing opportunities for eligible citizens to participate in democracy by voting.
AB 59 - Elections: polling places: college and university campuses
Existing law requires, upon request of a local elections official, that the governing body having jurisdiction over a public school building allow the school building to be used as a polling place or vote center, under specific conditions. This bill would require that the local elections official designate at least one location on each California State University campus within the official’s jurisdiction as a vote center or satellite office, as specified.
SB 72 - Conditional voter registration: provisional ballots
This bill would specifically require, rather than permit, the county elections official to offer conditional voter registration and provisional voting at all satellite offices of the county elections official and all polling places in the county.
AB 504 - Voter registration: residency confirmation
This bill would authorize a county elections official to exclude from this residency confirmation procedure a voter who has confirmed the voter's voter registration record on the internet website of the Secretary of State within the year preceding the start of the confirmation procedure.