Outreach

Outreach and Voter Language Workshop

     

    Our role is to provide the public with voter registration opportunities and information about voting in Santa Clara County and promote our vote by mail and in person voting programs. We also share election updates, educate the public about civic resources, and solicit input and/or participation in election administration and voter outreach plans under the Voter’s Choice Act.

    For 2022 our Outreach goal is to increase community involvement beyond traditional in-person events and online presentations. We are developing new civic minded programs to share knowledge with our current and future voters, local educators, community leaders and organizations, and all who are interested in advocating the democratic process and inspired to engage their communities to vote every time there is an election.

    We are also developing and promoting a local Voters Rights Act to foster civic engagement and voter participation in Santa Clara County. To learn more about the program and current outreach topics, click on Local Voters Rights Act.

    Check out Events Calendar to find out where our Outreach Team is in the community. If you wish to partner with us or have space for us at your fair or festival, please contact us at [email protected]

     

    The Registrar of Voters will be hosting a variety of language workshops (Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Korean, Khmer, Japanese, Hindi, Punjabi, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, and Nepali) to assist all members of the community in familiarizing themselves with the upcoming November 8, 2022 General Election. All English and bilingual members of the public are welcome to attend these workshops which will mainly focus on the following:

           -  Voter Choice Act

           -  Vote by Mail Information

           -  Vote Center Information (Date and Hours)

    The workshops will also cover different ways for people to get involved in the election process. Each workshop will have the appropriate bilingual speakers available either for the entire presentation or to provide interpretation services. Email us for more information at [email protected].

    Thank you to everyone who joined the ROV at the 13 Language Workshops for the November 2022 General Election. We had a record number of attendees for these meetings. If you missed the Workshops, recordings of the meetings can be found here

    The Flyer for the November 2022 Language Workshop can be found Here. Translated versions of the flyer can be found here.

     

    Day Date Language Workshops Time

    Tuesday

    9/27/2022

    Chinese Voter Language Workshop

    6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Wednesday 9/28/2022

    Vietnamese Voter Language Workshop

    6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Thursday 9/29/2022 Tagalog Voter Language Workshop 6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Tuesday 10/4/2022 Hindi Voter Language Workshop 6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Wednesday 10/5/2022

    Spanish Voter Language Workshop

    6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Thursday 10/6/2022

    Nepali Voter Language Workshop

    6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Tuesday 10/11/2022

    Punjabi Voter Language Workshop

    6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Wednesday 10/12/2022 Telugu Voter Language Workshop 6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Thursday 10/13/2022 Tamil Voter Language Workshop 6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Monday 10/17/2022 Gujarati Voter Language Workshop 6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Tuesday 10/18/2022 Japanese Voter Language Workshop 6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Wednesday 10/19/2022 Khmer Voter Language Workshop 6 P.M - 7 P.M.
    Thursday

    10/20/2022

    Korean Voter Language Workshop 6 P.M - 7 P.M.

     

    High School Outreach

    One of the Outreach Teams goals is to encourage more of the counties youth to get involved in the political Processes. 

    The Outreach team will visit any High School, in the county, who requests a table or presentation.  We encourage those who are eligible to register to vote as well as encourage all students to find ways to start getting involved in the community, from volunteering with the county to finding causes they support and getting involved with them.  

     

    Pre Register To Vote

    Students aged 16 and 17 can pre-register to vote. When they turn 18 they will be automatically Registered to vote. 

     

    High School Opportunities with the ROV

    High School students Aged 16+ have the opportunity to Work with the ROV at a vote center, for Community service credits or for a fixed stipend, or as a volunteer on Election Night at the Berger Campus.

    The deadline to turn in the student application has passed.  

     

    Get in Contact with Us

    Email: Student Election Officer Program Coordinator at [email protected]

     

     

     

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