February 21, 2020
Area(s) of Interest: Advocacy
The March Primary Election is just around the corner. We hope that you will show up to the polls (or mail in your vote-by-mail ballot) and ensure the voices of physicians are heard loud and clear. Several counties recently changed their elections process under the “Voter’s Choice Act” which consolidates polling places into vote centers, enables early voting and requires registered voters be mailed absentee ballots. We encourage you to click here to learn if these changes affect you, and here to confirm your voter registration status.
Click here to view your CALPAC supported candidates in races where an incumbent is NOT seeking re-election, and the California Medical Association's recommended position on Proposition 13. Please note that candidates listed were considered through a formal interview process at the county level. CALPAC — CMA's political action committee — did not authorize opposition to any incumbent legislators.