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Attendance Steady at Public Workshops

June 14, 2019 - We have hosted four Vote Center workshops since June 8th (with a fifth scheduled for today). Turnout has averaged 30 members of the public for each workshop. We have received valuable feedback from the community as we continue to explore possible Vote Center sites.



Neal Kelley
Registrar of Voters
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Our 4th Vote Center community workshop is underway at the @MissionViejoCA Norman P Murray Community and Senior Center. #voteoc2020 #protect2020 #ocvotecenters2020

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What's the Difference Between Workshops and Road Shows?
What's the Difference Between Workshops and Road Shows?

We have 26 public Vote Center workshops scheduled through mid-summer. In addition, we are conducting monthly updates to our Vote Center planning (called "Road Shows"). Much of the information is the same, but the value of the workshops is the interactive portion where the public can suggest site locations and provide feedback.

Valuable Data Being Collected on Vote Center Planning
Valuable Data Being Collected on Vote Center Planning

Attendees at our Vote Center workshops are invited to complete a survey to help inform us on our planning efforts. In addition, members of the public can complete a survey online. The data being collected includes demographics, language assistance needed, distance to travel and ranking features.

Voters Overwhelmingly Favor Close Vote Centers
Voters Overwhelmingly Favor Close Vote Centers

Our survey data has shown (not surprisingly) that voters (92.7% of respondents) would prefer to drive 3 miles or less to a Vote Center from their home. 60.3% would be willing to drive between 3 and 6 miles, while just 28.5% would be willing to travel more than 6 miles.

Vote Center Site Selection Criteria
Vote Center Site Selection Criteria

We are evaluating 10 different data points when analyzing possible Vote Center locations. These include proximity to public transportation, vote-by-mail usage, low income communities, disabled voters, vehicle ownership, traffic patterns and more. You can access our interactive site mapping tool online.

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