The Voter Access Project launches California Voter Access with VoteInCalifornia.com and VotaCalifornia.com.

California Voter Access

With a focus on providing information, resources, and tools to California voters, the Voter Access Project has launched the California Voter Access website, under the domains VoteInCalifornia.com and VotaCalifornia.com.

The website is designed to be a nonpartisan landing page for all things related to voting in California.

The website features multi-lingual, accessible content related to elections and voting, as well as links to online voter registration and voter status lookup.

To help voters prepare for this November 6, 2018, General Election, the site also features a brand-new, video-driven Voter Guide.

The Voter Guide can be found at this link: VoteInCalifornia.com/guide.

It features videos in English and Spanish, along with subtitles in other languages used by California voters.

This multilingual Voter Guide takes content directly from the Official Voter Information Guide to provide nonpartisan election information, and is designed to be easy to use and share with others.

The Voter Access Project was started by Jon Ivy with the goal of creating and spreading voting outreach and education materials geared towards under-served communities.