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How To Use The KPBS Voter Guide

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UPDATE: Feb. 4, 2020

This story is for a previous version of the Voter Guide. To see the current version, click here.

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The California primary election on June 5th is on the horizon and Vote-By-Mail ballots begin to go out Monday.

From local to state elections, KPBS has created an online Voter Guide to help you navigate candidates, ballot measures, polling locations and more.

Use The KPBS Voter Guide

The KPBS Voter Guide, officially named "Voter’s Edge California," can be customized according to where you live. When you type in your address or zip code, it will show you the candidates and measures on your individual ballot.

It includes a candidate's experience, their top three priorities and who supports them. It also includes KPBS stories about them and answers to questions posed by KPBS.

Additionally, the Voter Guide includes information about state and local ballot measures and the location of your polling place.

KPBS has created an online Voter Guide to help you navigate candidates, ballot measures and polling locations for the upcoming primary election on June 5th.

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Claire Trageser
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