Tomorrow, Sept. 14, 2021, is your last day to vote against the recall, and it’s important that you do so.
Every major news organization from the Los Angeles Times to the Sacramento Bee has come out against this sketchy political move, and you need to sign you ballot and get it in right away.
While the formal position from the Democratic party is to leave the second question blank, you can also write in anyone (as is always the case with write-in ballots) who isn’t on the incredibly long list of people running for governor. But voting no one question #1 is the critical issue on the ballot.
Voting centers are open at Veterans Memorial Auditorium at 4117 Overland, at Marina del Rey Middle School at 12500 Braddock Dr., and at IMAN Cultural Center at 3376 Motor Ave. on Los Angeles. There is a ballot box to drop your mail-in ballot at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library at 4975 Overland Ave.
Remind all of your neighbors, friends and relatives in California that all the progress we have made against the pandemic could be rapidly diminished by taking Governor Newsom out of office. It’s not just our political progress at stake here, it’s our physical health.