California election officials are talking about preparing for the primaries

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California’s 2022 Primaries: County Election Representatives Talk About Training What Voters Need to Know



IT’S JUNE 7. AND WE WANT YOU TO BE READY FOR PROMOTION. TO DO THIS, WE TALKED TO SEVERAL REGISTERS OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, AND TODAY WE ARE MOVING TO STANISLE DISTRICT. DONA LINDER, COUNTRY WITH STANISLAV COUNTY, SI JOINS IN OUR LIVES. THANK YOU, DONA, FOR YOU WITH US. >> THANK YOU FOR ME. YOU: LEADERSHIP TO CHOOSE COMES. SOME CHANGES IN SEVEN YEARS, INCLUDING BILINGUAL BULLETINS AND BOUNDARY CHANGES, WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT THESE CHANGES? WHAT STANISLA CNTOUY WAS MOVED FROM ONE CONGRESSION DISTRICT TO THREE, BECAUSE BIG CHANGES FOR THE CHOOSES. WE TRIED TO GET THEM INFORMATION. WE DO NOT HAVE ACCOMPANYING CALLS, SO I THINK SOME EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES HAVE WORKED, SO VOTERS ARE INFORMED. AND BILINGUAL BULLETINS, WE HAD ENGLISH AND SPANISH SHAFTS, SO THERE ARE THEM, AND WE THINK IT’S NOT A PROBLEM. YOU: GOOD. BECAUSE OF THESE CHANGES, WHAT IF SOMEONE RECEIVES ELECTION MATERIALS FOR SOMEONE WHO DOES NOT LIVE IN THEIR ADDRESS? WHAT TO DO WITH THEM? >> THEY HAVE TO RULE THIS ORDER IN OUR OFFICE. IT WILL ALLOW US TO HELP CHOOSE VOTERS. WITH THE CHANGED ADDRESS, SS WE GET THOSE FROM THE MAIL, BUT WE KNOW SOMETHING WE DON’T LIKE. BECAUSE IF I CHOOSE TO RETURN A COUNTRY THAT DOES NOT BELONG TO ANY OF THEIR ECONOMIES, WE CAN RESPOND THIS VOTER AND DON’T GET IT. YOU: Got it. AND WHICH IS THE QUESTION OF THE ELECTIONS MORE OFTEN? >> MOST OF OUR QUESTIONS ARE HOW TO RETURN THEIR BULLETINS WE SENT POSTCARDS WHERE THEY CAN FIND THE CROWNS AND CENTS OF VOTING. AND ON OUR WEBTESI ON STANVO.COM WE HAVE AN INTERACTIVE PLACE WHERE THEY CAN FIND THE DISTURBANCE OF THE PLACE, THE TEVO CENTERS AND THE HOURS. TY: ARE YOU REALLY BUSY? I HONEY, IT’S ALL ON THE HELL. >> IT’S CORRECT N, BECAUSE THE BULLETINS WERE SENT BY MAIL 9 MAY, SO THEY BEGIN TO RETURN. WE HAVE APPROXIMATELY ABOUT 4,000 BACK, WHICH NOAT IS A LOT, WITH THE AVERAGE RFO IN THIS ELECTION. WE EXPECT MORE AS WE APPROACH ELECTION DAY ELECTION WILL BE OCCUPIED. SO AT THIS MOMENT WE ARE STANDING AT A STABLE PACE. YOU: DONNA LINDE FROM THE REGISTRY OFFICE OF STANISLAVSK COUNTY, WE ARE TAKING TIME TO TALK ABOUT THE CHANGES THAT ARE COMING. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. >> THANK YOU. TAI: AND OUR WEEK WILL HELP YOU IN PREPARING FOR PREVDRASHY WILL COME TOMORROW TOMORROW, AND WE WILL TALK TO KARUTY PELESER. CONFIDENCE

California’s 2022 Primaries: County Election Representatives Talk About Training What Voters Need to Know


As California’s 2022 primary election approaches in June, KCRA 3 wants to prepare you for the primaries. All this week on My58 at 7am our team will be talking to Northern California registrars and county officials about what may have changed, important dates to remember and what else you need to know about your newsletters. Donna Linder, Stanislav County District Clerk, joined KCRA 3 on Wednesday. Watch her interview in the video above. The San Joaquin County Voter Register Heather Didi joined KCRA 3 on Tuesday. Watch her interview in the video below. We started the week with Sacramento County. Spokeswoman Jana Haynes works closely with the county election team. See the interview below. | MORE OF THIS | Voter Guide: The Northern California Race of Interest in June 2022

As California’s 2022 primary election approaches in June, KCRA 3 wants to prepare you for the primaries.

All this week on My58 at 7 a.m. our team will be talking to Northern California registrars and county officials about what may have changed, important dates to remember, and what else you need to know about your ballots.

Donna Linder, Stanislav County District Clerk, joined KCRA 3 on Wednesday. Watch her interview in the video above.

The San Joaquin County Voter Register Heather Didi joined KCRA 3 on Tuesday. Watch her interview in the video below.

We started the week with Sacramento County. Spokeswoman Jana Haynes works closely with the county election team. See the interview below.

| MORE OF THIS | Voter Guide: The Northern California Race of Interest in June 2022

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