11/6/2018: The Day We the People Rise
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We are focusing all of our efforts on electing progressive candidates at the local, state and federal level on November 6, 2018. We hope you are, too.
First of all, are you registered to vote? Check here.
- No? Click here to register.
- Yes, but the address doesn’t match where I live now? Click here to update it.
We recommend voting by mail (aka, absentee ballots). There are a number of benefits for voters, such as not waiting in line, not having to worry about transportation to the polls, et cetera. But it is also very helpful for the candidates that you support. When you vote, they know they they do not have to expend get-out-the-vote resources on you, since they can see that you have voted (plus, no more robo-calls!). They can focus their efforts elsewhere. Click here for more info and to sign up.
Now that you’re a voter, here are the people who represent you at the following levels:
And, finally, the reason we’re here. To enact change through the democratic process.
Please note! Alachua County School Board races will be decided on August 28.
- Alachua County School Board
- District 1
- Tina Certain
- April Griffin (Incumbent)
- District 3
- Judy DeJesus McNeil
- Gunnar Paulson (Incumbent)
- April Barefoot Tisher
- District 5
- Rob Hyatt (Incumbent)
- Paul Wolfe
- District 1
- County Commissioner (District map)
- Rick Scott (R) (Cannot run because of term limits)
- Too many to list
- House District 20
- House District 21
- Senate District 8
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