Are you ready for this year’s election?
YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE. DON’T BE SILENCED.
Join us to encourage community members to register to vote, learn about the impact of local measures and state propositions that can impact you and your family, and to get to know the candidates running for public office.
Rock The Vote
Sunday 10/16 @2pm-7pm
Yerba Buena High School
1855 Lucretia Ave. San Jose
– Get help register to vote
– Get help understanding the state propositions and local measures
– Signing up to monitor the poll and get compensate.
– Get help with Citizenship application, DACA
– No-Charge Flu Shot from Walgreens
– Free coffee & thai tea from lee’s sandwiches
– Enjoy local band and artists.
Tham gia Đại Nhạc Hội Rock The Vote để được giúp:
– Ghi Danh Bầu Cử
– Tìm Hiểu Các Dự Luật trong lá phiếu
– Ghi Danh giúp trong ngày bầu cử (có trả tiền)
– Điền Đơn Nhập Tịch
– Chương Trình Di Trú DACA/DAPA
– Chích Ngừa Cúm Miễn Phí
– Các Dịch Vụ Cộng Đồng..
Cafe & Trà Thái Miễn Phí*
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Frequently Asked Questions: (and easy ways to answer them)
– Why should I register?
You can’t vote if you don’t register. Most states have voter registration deadlines that occur long before Election Day. So even if you haven’t decided whom you’re voting for or even IF
you’re voting, you should register now so you will be able to vote on Election Day.
– Why should I vote?
Great question! There are many reasons why a person votes and yours may be different from anyone else’s, but voting is an essential part of our democracy. We elect representatives to
enact laws on our behalf and the only way to voice who represents you is to cast a ballot. Also many issues come up on the ballot that you are allowed to directly vote on like the freedom to marry, how much you pay in taxes, where they put a landfill or build a stadium.
– When Do I Vote?
Elections happen all the time. You know the big one- the Presidential happens every 4 years. There are midterms elections too. And even more happening at the state, county and city level. (Think Governor, Sherriff, or Mayor) Check out http://
to find out what’s happening in your area.
– I don’t believe in voting.
Everyone is entitled to his or her opinions and beliefs. I would encourage you to vote based on the issues you care about and think about how casting a ballot might change that.
– What address do I use?
In general, you should use the address where you reside and intend to vote. For more information check out www.ineedtovote.org and click on your state.
– Where Do I vote?
Where you vote depends on where you live. It’s best to check with your state’s election office.
Check out Rock the Vote’s Election Center to contact your state election office.
– Who’s on the Ballot?
Ballots vary by location. Be sure to check out Rock the Vote’s Election Center to view a sample ballot or contact your local officials for more information.
– Does my vote even count?
Yes! It may sound cliché but every vote matters. In many elections, the outcome was decided by a solitary vote. YOU could be the difference. Think of it this way: he only vote that doesn’t matter is the one that was never cast.