Click HERE for a short video about the Recall -- created for LWVPA by a local student!
Vote by September 14, 2021
in California's Gubernatorial Recall Election
What’s on the ballot on Tuesday, September 14, 2021?
There will be two questions on the ballot that every eligible Californian can vote on:
1. Do you want to recall the governor (remove him from office)?
What does my vote mean?
A “No” vote means you want Governor Newsom to remain in office.
If I vote “No” on the question to recall the governor, should I vote for a replacement candidate?
Where can I learn about the candidates running in the recall?
Get information on the candidates on Voter's Edge California or in the CA Secretary of State's Voter Guide.
Can you point me to a more thorough educational resource about the Recall?
Watch a video of the recent webinar put on by LWV of Southwest Santa Clara County featuring Ann Ravel and the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters, Shannon Bushey. Slide deck here.
How do I vote in the Recall Election?
What do I do with my ballot?
There are 3 ways to vote:
Where are the Vote Centers and Dropboxes in Palo Alto and what are their dates/hours of operation?
24-hour Official Ballot Dropboxes in Palo Alto, available August 16 through September 14 at 8 p.m.
Where can I find information about the Recall in languages other than English?
Between August 9 and August 31, the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters is hosting information sessions about the Recall in fourteen different languages.