Fresno Building Healthy Communities is a proud member of the #Fresno4All coalition. The #Fresno4All is a coalition working to proclaim a new vision for Fresno and the Central Valley based on economic, racial, and environmental justice.
Part of our efforts include mobilizing voters in the City of Fresno to use their power at the polls during the upcoming March 3, 2020 primary election by connecting with voters at the door to inform them of the Voter's Choice Act implementation, learn about the issues they care about, and connect them to available resources.
The #Fresno4All coalition is hosting the #Fresno4All Mayoral Candidate Forum on February 13th at 6 PM at Saint James Episcopal Cathedral. Join us and learn where each mayoral candidate stands on important issues including housing, environmental justice, economic development, transportation, climate change, and community justice.
To register, visit: fresno4all.eventbrite.com
To volunteer to canvass your neighborhood, visit: www.fresno4all.org
The March 3, 2020 election will be the first election in Fresno County under the new Voter’s Choice Act. This means all registered voters will get their ballot in the mail 29 days before the election and voters can choose how they want to vote. Voters can vote by completing and returning their ballot via mail, with no postage needed, or can drop their ballot off at one of the secure ballot drop boxes throughout Fresno County, or vote in person at a vote center.
Vote centers will open throughout Fresno County. Some will be open 10 days before election day and others will be open 3 days before election day. Voters can vote in person during any of those days at any location!
With the Voter’s Choice Act making it easier and more convenient to vote, the #Fresno4All coalition wants to make sure that Fresnans vote and that important community issues are prioritized in this and every election. To learn more about the Voter's Choice Act implementation in Fresno County visit: www.votefresnocounty.com.