Here are a few ways to look up your polling place. The first two contain polling-place information by street address only, so you can look up your polling place without typing in your personal information.
The most accurate way to look up your polling place is to visit the Fresno County Registrar’s website. You’ll need to input some of your personal information, but you will receive the most current listing of your polling place.
From our friends at the California Democratic Party:
Let the voting begin. Vote-by-mail for the June 7 election has started!
Do you have questions about the election, like where to vote, how to register, or which Democratic Party endorsed candidates you should vote for?
We have you covered. To make sure each and every Democrat in California is prepared this election cycle, we’re proud to share with you our official 2016 voting resource page, including our new custom slate card for 2016:
Click here to visit our voting resource page and create your own slate card of CADEM-endorsed candidates.
Whether you’re voting by mail, in-person, or want more information on where to vote or who to vote for — this resource has it all. Polling places for June 7 aren’t available yet, but we’ll add them as soon as they are.
We’re so excited for this election. Thanks for staying involved.
The CDP Team
P.S. Click here to get answers to frequently asked questions about voting.
Personalized slate card: Click here
CADEM Voting FAQ: Click here
Former President Bill Clinton coming to Fresno
The former president will campaign for wife Hillary in Fresno on Monday
Former President Bill Clinton will speak in Fresno on Monday at a public event in support of his wife Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president.
No location or time for the event has been determined yet.
But local Democratic leaders say the event will not be at night, as the former president is set to appear at another event in Sacramento Monday evening.
For the full story, click here.
May 19th, 2016 | Events, News
From our friends at the Fresno-Tulare-Madera-Kings Central Labor Council:
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Click here to RSVP!
From Ricardo Flores:
Join our newest Assemblymember for a Breakfast Fundraiser, scheduled 7:30-9 a.m. Friday, May 20, at:
Los Amigos Mexican Restaurant
1752 W. Shaw, Fresno
$50 per person
$250 Advocate – $500 Champion – $1000 Hero
Hosted by Ricardo Flores
Contribute online by clicking here or call (559) 824-7829.
An opinion submitted by David Rowell, Alternate to the Fresno County Democratic Central Committee:
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From time to time the Fresno County Democratic Central Committee will publish the opinions of Democrats throughout the county under the heading of “Opinion.” Such opinions do not necessarily reflect the views of the Fresno County Democratic Central Committee or its members, nor to they represent endorsements by the FCDCC of the candidates or views expressed within. Such Opinions remain entirely the responsibility of the person expressing them, and the FCDCC will post them as long as they do not contradict the FCDCC’s previously adopted positions, actions or endorsements.
May 12th, 2016 | Events, News
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From Daren Miller:
It is my pleasure to invite you to this never-before seen political effort. A joint Mayoral Candidates Forum hosted by the Hmong, West Fresno, Women, and GLBT Democratic communities in Fresno.
The forum will be held on Friday, May 27th at the Sisavangvathana Hall. 1410 Kern St (in the heart of Chinatown). Doors open at 5:30 pm, forum begins at 6:00 pm.
THE EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC!
Come out and bring a friend at the first-of-its-kind event.
Central Valley Hmong Democratic Club
West Fresno Democratic Club
Fresno County Democratic Women’s Club
Fresno Stonewall Democratic Club
From the desk of Dr. Joaquin Arambula:
It’s been quite a month! Since I last emailed you, I was sworn in as a member of the California State Assembly and immediately went to work on behalf of the Valley.
My time in the Assembly has already been incredibly rewarding. Within minutes of being sworn in, I voted to ensure clean water for thousands of Californians. And I have fought for better access to health care for disadvantaged communities, including meeting with Governor Brown on health care issues.
Last week, I teamed up with Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin to fight for hundreds of millions of dollars in additional state funding for Fresno County. You can learn more about our efforts here and here.
But even with all the action in Sacramento, our campaign has been hard at work getting ready for the June 7 Primary Election. We are out talking to people in the community, at their doors and on the phones to make sure they vote in this important election.
And we need your help! Without your support, I would not have the opportunity to fight for our Valley in the Assembly – and I need your continued support to be successful on June 7 so I can keep fighting for the next several years.
We need volunteers to help with our voter contact efforts, find big sign locations, promote the campaign on social media, help with community outreach and more. If you want to help, click here to email us, call us at (559) 264-3131 or signup online today!
Ballots for the Primary Election are being mailed to vote by mail voters, so look for your ballot in the mail later this week and return it as soon as possible. Your vote is important!
Thank you for all your support.
P.S. You can also help ensure we have the resources to deliver our message to voters. Click here to make a contribution of $250, $100, $50 or whatever you can afford today.