Reinette Senum: Your Vote in The Primary MATTERS – Video
We have been led to believe that between the primary and general elections, the general election is the most important of the two. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Those who vote in the primary election (June 7th in CA), have essentially “set the ball up at the net”
to determine the political fate for the next 4 years no matter the general election outcome in November.
Special Note For Californian Voters: Do not send your ballot through the mail (unless you have no choice and are out of town). Take your ballot to your official elections office. Drop off at their ballot boxes ONLY. Any other boxes, on street corners, in libraries, or in other “convenient” locations are not necessarily owned by your county elections office and may be privately owned by a corporation. Best to drop off ballots on election day if you can. Also, you can vote for any candidate of any or no political affiliation.
For those of you who do not live in California…. much of this general information still applies to you and your respective state.
VOTE IN THE PRIMARY!