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Offical Voter Info Guide Cal Statewide March 2, 2004 Primary Election 10-7-2003
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  Voter Information

Voter Bill of Rights

Decline to State Voters

Information on Political Parties

How to Contact County Elections Officials

How to Find Your Polling Place

Serve as a Pollworker

The Process of Voting Absentee

Have You Moved?

Easy Voter Guide

Dates to Remember

Candidate Statement Information

What is HAVA?


Making Elections Make Sense

  • Do you want a quick summary of the March 2, 2004, Primary Election?
  • Would you like to see side-by-side statements and photos from the candidates for President?
  • Are you helping people with voter education and outreach?

Check out the March 2, 2004, Easy Voter Guide. The user-friendly 16-page guide helps new voters and busy voters get oriented quickly to what will be on the ballot. Community members design the Easy Voter Guide for each election to make sure that it is easy to read and easy to understand.

Go to to view or download a copy in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese or Korean. You can also pick up copies of the Easy Voter Guide booklet at your local public library, from the Secretary of State's regional offices or from hundreds of community organizations and schools across the state (listed at and at

The Secretary of State is a primary sponsor of the popular Easy Voter Guide. Other project partners include the California State Library, the League of Women Voters Education Fund, Common Knowledge, and Literacyworks.

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