2012 is a big year for the four states in Local 3 jurisdiction, but no state has bigger races, ballot initiatives or projects on the line than California. We need to mobilize the VOTE program for what is shaping up to be the biggest fight for jobs in the history of Local 3.
In California, registering to vote just got easier than ever thanks an online voter registration application. Register now.
2012 Election Calendar
Note: Californians may start voting by mail and in person at various elections offices 29 days before an election. Get more information.
By Mail Registration Deadline: October 22, 2012In California, registering to vote just got easier than ever thanks an online voter registration application. Your registration must be postmarked or submitted electronically no later than Oct. 22. Get more information now.
Vote-by-Mail Registration Deadline: October 30, 2012For voters who are already registered, this is your last day to apply for a vote-by-mail ballot by mail. Get more information now.
General Election, November 6, 2012Get info on the California ballot now.
Registering to vote in California is easier than ever thanks to the latest phase of an online voter registration application that is now available on the California Secretary of State's website.
- Register to vote with new online application
- Apply to vote by mail
- Apply to become a permanent vote-by-mail voter
Use the links below to find your representatives and contact them via e-mail or phone about supporting important legislature.
Governor signs Legislation to Improve California's Transportation System - On Wednesday, July 18 Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed SB 1029, which will create thousands of new jobs in California by modernizing regional transportation systems and linking them to the state's future high-speed rail line. The $4.7 billion investment will be matched by an additional $7.9 billion in federal and local dollars for statewide improvements to transportation in California. Read the eNews update now.
State Political Pages
Visit the state office links listed below for more information about voting by mail, registering to vote or for information on any elections going within each state.
- Get additional information on your state
- Find your California district or contact your district representatives now.