How Does Clean Elections Educate Voters?
The Clean Elections Act promotes participation in the political process. That means one of our primary missions is voter education. By providing unbiased, non-partisan information, voters are able to connect directly with the facts so they can:
- Register to vote
- Learn about the candidates and issues on their ballot
- Learn about their voting options, such as when and how to receive their ballot
- Learn about important dates and deadlines, so they don't miss their opportunity to vote
We educate voters across the state by providing the information they need to participate.
Voter Education Tools
The Commission accomplishes this by providing different "Voter Education Tools". Such as a website that serves as the election hub for voting information, an app that provides voter information in the palm of your hands, hosting candidate debates so voters can meet the candidates and ask them questions important to their community, and finally, by mailing a voter education guide to every household that contains a registered voter. Nuestro programa completo de educación para los votantes continúa creciendo y proporcionando a los electores la información crítica que necesitan para votar.