California Voter’s Choice Act

Post

San Mateo County
California Voter's Choice Act

Mail

The California Voter’s Choice Act (VCA) is landmark legislation which fundamentally transforms the manner in which elections will be conducted in the State of California. San Mateo County is proud to be one of 14 counties authorized by the State to conduct elections under the new law.

On September 12, 2017, the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors authorized the Chief Elections Officer to proceed with the implementation of the Act and conduct the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election as the first election held under the California Voter’s Choice Act.

The California Voter’s Choice Act changes the traditional polling place election model to an All-Mailed Ballot/Vote Center model with ballot drop-off locations. The primary goal of this new legislation is to expand accessibility and voting opportunities for all voters, particularly those with disabilities, visual impairments and language minorities.

The California Voter’s Choice Act requires all counties conducting elections under the Act to develop a Draft EAP and a detailed Voter Education and Outreach Plan.

A Public Hearing was held on Thursday, January 18, 2018 in the County Board of Supervisors Chambers located at 400 County Center, Redwood City for the public to comment on the County’s Draft EAP and the Voter Education and Outreach Plan.

The public was invited to view the Draft EAP and the Voter Education and Outreach Plan online. Public comment for the Draft EAP closed on January 18, 2018. The Chief Elections Officer took all comments into consideration in creating an Amended Draft EAP and Voter Education and Outreach Plan.

The Amended Draft EAP and Voter Education and Outreach Plan is posted online. A 14-day public comment period ended on March 15, 2018.

The Final EAP was adopted on March 16, 2018.  The Secretary of State approved the Voter Education and Outreach provision of the plan on March 30, 2018.

Post

Election Administration Plan
Letter from Chief Elections Officer

March 16, 2018

Dear Fellow Voters:

I am pleased to submit to you San Mateo County’s Election Administration Plan (EAP) for the implementation of the California Voter’s Choice Act (Senate Bill 450). This landmark legislation authorizes 14 counties, including San Mateo, to conduct any election as an All Mailed Ballot/Vote Center Election, commencing January 2018. San Mateo County is proud to be one of the first five counties in the state that will be conducting the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election under the provisions of the California Voter’s Choice Act.

Post

Election Administration Plan
Overview/Vote by Mail Ballots/Vote Center and Ballot Drop-off Locations/Voting Technology/Voter Election Data/Digital “I Voted” Sticker/Fiscal Impact/Summary

OVERVIEW

Senate Bill 450, also known as the California Voter’s Choice Act (VCA), was signed into law on September 29, 2016, authorizing 14 counties, including San Mateo, to conduct any election as an All-Mailed Ballot/Vote Center election commencing in 2018. This legislation was part of a broad collection of election reforms designed to increase voter participation, increase voter engagement, and expand voting options, fundamentally changing how elections will be conducted in San Mateo County and participating jurisdictions.

Post

Election Administration Plan
Voter Education And Outreach Plan

OVERVIEW

The California Voter’s Choice Act (VCA) requires the County to develop a Voter Education and Outreach Plan that informs voters on all aspects of the VCA, including Vote Center and Ballot Drop-off locations, and information specific to voters with disabilities and non-English preference voters. Public meetings will be held with community organizations and individuals that advocate on behalf of or provide services to these groups. The County will hold multiple public education workshops, with translators available for Spanish, Chinese, Filipino

Post

Election Administration Plan
Addenda

Location of Proposed Vote Centers

Open 29 Days before Election through Election Day

East Palo Alto Lewis and Joan Platt East Palo Alto Family YMCA, City Room
Redwood City Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder
South San Francisco Main Library
San Mateo County Registration & Elections Division

Open 10 Days before Election through Election Day

Half Moon Bay Emergency Operations Center
Daly City City Hall
Redwood City Fair Oaks Community Center
San Bruno Skyline College, Building 1, Gallery
San Mateo Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club

Open 3 Days before Election through Election Day

Atherton Menlo College, El Camino Hall
Belmont City Hall, Emergency Operations Center
Brisbane City Hall, Community Meeting Room
Burlingame City Hall, Conference Room A
Colma Emergencies Operations Center
Daly City Gellert Park Clubhouse
Daly City Hillside Clubhouse
Daly City Lawson Hall
Daly City Holy Child and St. Martin Episcopal Church
East Palo Alto Government Center, Community Room
Foster City City Hall
Hillsborough Fire Station 32
Menlo Park Arrillaga Family Recreation Center, Juniper Room
Menlo Park Onetta Harris Community Center
Millbrae Interim Community Center (behind City Hall)
Moss Beach The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Pacifica Pacifica School District, Board Room
Pacifica St. Peter Catholic Church
Portola Valley Historic School
Redwood City Community Activities Building
Redwood City Woodside Fire Training Room
Redwood City County Office of Education
San Bruno City Hall, Room 115
San Carlos Library, Conference Room
San Mateo County Health Dept. Administration, Room 100 (Medical Center)
San Mateo Martin Luther King Community Center
San Mateo City Hall, Conference Room C
South San Francisco Grand Avenue Library
South San Francisco Fire Station 64
Woodside Woodside Village Church

Roving Voting on part of Election Day: Pescadero and La Honda

Ballot Drop-off Box Locations
Open 28 Days before Election 



Daly City
Outside:
Mike Nevin Health Center
380 90th Street
Daly City, CA 94015

East Palo Alto
City Hall
2415 University Avenue,
East Palo Alto, CA 94030

East Palo Alto
Outside: Government Center
2415 University Avenue
East Palo Alto, CA 94303





Redwood City
Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder
555 County Center, 1st Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063

San Bruno
City Hall
567 El Camino Real,
San Bruno, CA 94066

San Carlos
City Hall
600 Elm Street,
San Carlos, CA 94070


San Mateo
City Hall
330 West 20th Avenue,
San Mateo, CA 94403

San Mateo
Outside 24-hour drop-box
Registration & Elections Division
40 Tower Road
San Mateo, CA 94402

South San Francisco
City Hall
400 Grand Avenue,
South San Francisco, CA 94080


Proposed Vote Center & Ballot Drop-off Locations Map

 Proposed Vote Center and Ballot Drop-off Locations Map

Vote Center Layout (Proposed)
San Bruno City Hall – Conference Room 115

Vote Center Layout (Proposed)

San Mateo County
Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee

San Mateo County Registration & Elections Division established a Voting Accessibility Advisory Committee (VAAC) to advise, assist, and provide recommendations to the Chief Elections Officer regarding the implementation of federal and state laws relating to access to the electoral process by older adults and persons with disabilities.  It is the mission of the VAAC to ensure that all persons can vote independently and privately.

Member Roster
2017 – 2018

Craig McCulloh, Chairperson
San Mateo County Health Systems Aging and Adult Services

Bill Hershon
Disability Rights California

Michael Levinson
Paratransit Coordinating Council

Benjamin McMullan
Center for Independence

Fred Nisen
Disability Rights California

Wilhelmina Riley
Paratransit Coordinating Council

San Mateo County
Language Accessibility Advisory Committee

The San Mateo County Chief Elections Officer established the Language Accessibility Advisory Committee (LAAC) to advise and assist the Chief Elections Officer on matters relating to language accessibility to the electoral process by voters with limited English proficiency.  It is the mission of the LAAC to assist the Chief Elections Officer to enhance language accessibility opportunities and compliance with all federal, state, and local laws.

Member Roster
2017 – 2018

Rosa Uriarte, Chairperson
International Institute of the Bay Area

Wesley Taoka, Vice Chairperson
San Mateo Japanese-American Community Center

June Chen
Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA), Peninsula Chapter

Kelly Chew
Self-Help for the Elderly

Julio Garcia
Community Advocate

Mukta Vadera
Community Advocate

City Election Officials

Atherton
Ms. Theresa DellaSanta
91 Ashfield Road
Atherton, CA 94027
650.752.0529
tdellasanta@ci.atherton.ca.us

Belmont
Hon. Terri Cook
One Twin Pines Lane, Suite 375
Belmont, CA 94002
650.595.7413
tcook@belmont.gov 

Brisbane
Ms. Ingrid Padilla
50 Park Place
Brisbane, CA 94005
415.508.2113
cityclerk@ci.brisbane.ca.us

Burlingame
Ms. Meaghan Hassel-Shearer
501 Primrose Road
Burlingame, CA  94010
650.558.7203
mhasselshearer@burlingame.org

Colma
Ms. Caitlin Corley
1198 El Camino Real
Colma, CA 94014
650.997.8311
caitlin.corley@colma.ca.gov

Daly City
Hon. Annette Hipona
333 90th Street
Daly City, CA 94015
650.991.8078
ahipona@dalycity.org

East Palo Alto
Ms. Maria Buell, Deputy
2415 University Avenue
East Palo Alto, CA 94303
650.853.3127
mbuell@cityofepa.org

Foster City
Ms. Priscilla Tam
610 Foster City Boulevard
Foster City, CA 94404
650.286.3250
ptam@fostercity.org

Half Moon Bay
Ms. Jessica Blair
501 Main Street
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
650.726.8271
jblair@hmbcity.com

Hillsborough
Ms. Miyuki Yokoyama
1600 Floribunda Avenue
Hillsborough, CA 94010
650.375.7412
myokoyama@hillsborough.net

Menlo Park
Mr. Clay J. Curtin, Interim
701 Laurel Street
Menlo Park, CA 94025
650.330.6615
cjcurtin@menlopark.org

Millbrae
Ms. Elena Suazo
621 Magnolia Avenue
Millbrae, CA 94030
650.259.2333
esuazo@ci.millbrae.ca.us

Pacifica
Ms. Kathy O’Connell
170 Santa Maria Avenue
Pacifica, CA 94044
650.738.7307
o’connellk@ci.pacifica.ca.us

Portola Valley
Ms. Sharon Hanlon
765 Portola Road
Portola Valley, CA 94028
650.851.1700
shanlon@portolavalley.net

Redwood City
Ms. Pam Aguilar
1017 Middlefield Road
Redwood City, CA 94063
650.780.7220
paguilar@redwoodcity.org

San Bruno
Ms. Vicky Hasha, Deputy
567 El Camino Real
San Bruno, CA 94066
650.616.7071
vhasha@sanbruno.ca.gov

San Carlos
Ms. Crystal Mui
600 Elm Street
San Carlos, CA 94070
650.8024219
cmui@cityofsancarlos.org

San Mateo
Ms. Patrice Olds
330 West 20th Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94403
650.522.7042
polds@cityofsanmateo.org

South San Francisco
Hon. Krista Martinelli
400 Grand Avenue
P.O. Box 711
South San Francisco, CA 94083
650.877.8518
krista.martinelli@ssf.net

Woodside
Ms. Dora Wong
2955 Woodside Road
P.O. Box 620005
Woodside, CA 94062
650.851.6790
dwong@woodsidetown.org

Community Partners 

Supervisorial District 1

Agency

Phone

E-mail Address

A&C Health Care Services

650.689.5784

 

American Association of University Women (AAUW) – North Peninsula

 

https://northpeninsula-ca.aauw.net/contact/

Boys & Girls Clubs North San Mateo County

650.589.7090

bmorrison@theclubs.org

Burlingame Chamber of Commerce

650.344.1735

info@burlingamechamber.org

Burlingame Long Term Care

650 692.3758

 

CALL Primrose

650.342.2255

lamerkat@sbcglobal.net

Chadbourne Adult Activity Center

650.697.8300

jmcgovern@smace.org

City of San Mateo Senior Center

650.522.7490

 

Community Learning Center

650.877.8540

clc@ssf.net

El Concilio of San Mateo County

650.373.1087

or10sia@el-concilio.com

Hillsborough Beautification Foundation

650.829.5159

Kkceremsak@gmail.com

Hillsborough City Elementary School District

650.548.4210

lcarlomagno@hcsd.k12.ca.us​

Hillsborough Schools Foundation

650.344.6685

cynthia@hsf.org

Magnolia Senior Center

650.829.3820

 

Millbrae Chamber of Commerce

650.697.7324

lorianne@millbrae.com

Millbrae Education Foundation

650.648.3162

info@millbraekids.org

Millbrae Library

650.312.5312

millbrae@smcl.org

Millbrae Senior Center

650.259.2370

coconnell@ci.millbrae.ca.us

Palcare

650.340.1289

paul@palcare.org

PARCA

650.312.0730

suzanneh@parca.org

Peace and Freedom Party

510.465.9414

 

Peninsula Post-Acute

650.652.3969

jesmith@plum.com

Providence San Bruno

650 583.7768

 

San Bruno Chamber of Commerce

650.588.0180

office@sanbrunochamber.com

San Bruno Senior Center

650.616.7150

 

San Mateo County Republican Party

650.931.4596

info@smgop.org

South San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

650.588.1911

info@ssfchamber.com

South San Francisco Community Learning Center

650.877.8540

bourdon@plsinfo.org

Supervisorial District 2 

Agency

Phone

E-mail Address

American Association of University Women (AAUW) – San Mateo

650.573.1604 

 

Autism Society San Francisco Bay Area

650.637.7772

irmavelasquez@me.com

Belmont Chamber of Commerce

650.595.8696

execdirector@belmontchamber.org

Belmont Library

650 591.8286 ext. 227

belmont@smcl.org

Black Student Union, Notre Dame de Namur

650-508-3718

asylvester@student.ndnu.edu

Brookside Skilled Nursing Hospital

650 349.2161

Admin@BrooksideNursing.com

Carlmont Gardens Nursing Center

650 591.9601

ceborlas@carlmontgardens.com

Center for Independence of Individuals with Disabilities

650.645.1780 ext 201

benjaminm@cidsanmateo.org

Center for Independence
of Individuals with Disabilities

650.645.1780 ext 118

donnar@cidsanmateo.org

College of San Mateo Disability Resource Center (DRC)

650 574.6438

csmdrc@smccd.edu

CORA (Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse)

650.652.0800

cherylem@corasupport.org

CSM Democrats

650.574.6474

millerlee@smccd.edu

CSM Republicans

650.574.6474

millerlee@smccd.edu

Foster City Chamber of Commerce

650.573.7600

ceo@fostercitychamber.com

Foster City Library

650 574.4842 ext. 227

fostercity@smcl.org

Foster City Parks and Recreation Department: Senior Wing

650.286.2585

recreation@fostercity.org

Friends of the Mandarin Scholars in the SMFCSD

650.200.3350

friendsofmandarinscholars@gmail.com

Homework Central

650.343.3423

tdell@smhwc.org

Human Investment Project, Inc. (HIP)

650.348.6660

mailbox@hiphousing.org

Israel Peace Initiative

650.559.9847

ealonjoelson@yahoo.com

JACL: San Mateo Japanese American Community Center

650.343.2793

bnakagiri@gmail.com

League of Women Voters North and Central San Mateo County

650.342.5853

katheetyson@yahoo.com

Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club, Inc.

650.347.9891

evanj@midpenbgc.org

NAACP San Mateo Branch #1068

650.622.9149

naacp1068sm@yahoo.com

NAMI San Mateo County

650.572.2528

execdirector@namisanmateo.org

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

650.378.2450

naacpsanmateo@yahoo.com

Nazareth Vista

650.591.2008

 

Newcomers’ Club of San Mateo County

415.467.5780

doloreskessler@comcast.net

Organization of Chinese Americans San Mateo

650.533.3065

chrisbush2@yahoo.com

Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center

650.513.0330 ext. 302

mvilchez@pcrcweb.org

Peninsula Family Service

650.403.4300

mchavez@peninsulafamilyservice.org

Peninsula Jewish Community Center

650.212.7522

info@pjcc.org

Pilgrim Baptist Church

650.343.5415

 

www.pilgrimbcsm.org/content.cfm?page_content=pe_include.cfm&pid=7×9czqpwz4i239powg8gq46mi&q=m

Rotary Club of San Mateo

 

www.rotaryclubofsanmateo.com/singleemail/contactus

Samaritan House

650.341.4081

bart@samaritanhousesanmateo.org

San Mateo Adult School

650 558.2101

tdoyle@smuhsd.org

San Mateo Area Chamber of Commerce

650.401.2441

cheryl@sanmateochamber.org

San Mateo Buddhist Temple

650.342.2541

henry.t.adams@gmail.com

San Mateo County Green Party

650.593.7032

 

San Mateo County Health Foundation

650.573.2655

lwilliams-hurt@smcgov.org

San Mateo County Health System, Aging and Adult Services

650.573.3900

cmculloh@smcgov.org

San Mateo County Libertarian Party

650.591.5270

Harrison@LPSM.org

San Mateo County Union Community Alliance

650.619.3686

jennismcuca@gmail.com

San Mateo Garden Center

650.574.1506

sanmateogrdncntr@att.net

San Mateo High School Foundation

650.575.4432

info@smhsf.org

Self-Help for the Elderly

650.342.0822

kellyc@selfhelpelderly.org

Shopping for a Change

650.488.7088

stacey@shoppingforachange.org

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

650.458.2660

ekwood@siliconvalleycf.org

St. James A.M.E. Zion Church

650.343.1712

stjamesamezchurch@gmail.com

Sutter Care at Home Hospice

650 696.4500

 

Twin Pines Senior Center

650.595.7441

parksrec@belmont.gov

Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo

650.342.5946

http://www.uusanmateo.org/contact-us​

Zawaya

650.504.5965

mango.nabila@gmail.com

Supervisorial District 3

Agency

Phone

E-mail Address

AbleCloset

650.539.4437

shannon@ablecloset.com

American Association of University Women -

Half Moon Bay

650.726.9215

sjc@csc-research.com

American Association of University Women (AAUW) – Mid-Peninsula

650.592.5822

sancarlos-aauw@earthlink.net

American Association of University Women (AAUW) – Pacifica

 

Marilyn_L_Richardson@yahoo.com

Atherton Library

650 328.2422 ext. 227

atherton@smcl.org

Boys & Girls Clubs – Coastside

650.712.9710

 

Cabrillo Education Foundation

650.286.7811

keithc.cef@gmail.com

Coastside Adult Day Health Center

650.726.5067

cadhc@coastside.net

Coastside Child Development Center

650.726.7416

karen@coastsidecdc.org

Coastside Hope & Moonridge Learning Center

650 726.9071

fatima@coastsidehope.org

Indivisible Coastside

 

coastsideunited4action@gmail.com

Concentric Media, Inc.

650.568.4340

info@concentric.org

Critical Reach

650.726.7814

jmyers@criticalreach.org

Fair Oaks Beautification Association

 

madera111@yahoo.com

Half Moon Bay Coastside Chamber of Commerce

650.726.8380 ext. 101

charise@hmbchamber.com

Half Moon Bay Library

650 726.2316 ext. 227

halfmoonbay@smcl.org

Healthy Cities Tutoring

650.703.2042

dbecht@healthycitiestutoring.org

Holbrook-Palmer Recreation Park Foundation

650.752.0536

pattieathepark@yahoo.com

La Costa Adult School

650.712.7224

becharr@cabrillo.k12.ca.us

La Honda Indivisible

 

lahondalynnette@earthlink.net

League of Women Voters- South SMC

650.325.5780

 

Linda Mar Care Center

650.359.4800

jashcroft@lindamarrehab.com

Multicultural Services and Community Involvement,
Menlo College

650.543.3771

jessica.soliai@menlo.edu

Pacifica Chamber of Commerce

650.355.4122

 

Pacifica Library Foundation

650-355-5196

pacificalibrary@gmail.com

Pacifica Nursing and Rehab Center

650 993.5576

jbeaman@pacificarehab.com

Pacifica Resource Center

650 738.7470

info@pacresourcecenter.org

Pacifica School Volunteers

650.355.9432

psv.director@gmail.com

Pacifica Senior Services

650.738.7384

langej@ci.pacifica.ca.us

Pacificans Care

650.355-4479

bbanco@aol.com

Pacifica’s Environmental Family

650.359-7930

marjijean1@aol.com

Pacifica-Sanchez Library

650.359.3397 ext. 227

pacifica@smcl.org

Pacifica-Sharp Park Library

650.355.5196 ext. 227

pacifica@smcl.org

Peninsula Outreach Program

866.601.9530

ursulagm@aol.com

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.

650.326.0665

cberry@penvol.org

Pescadero SURJ

 

pescaderosurj@gmail.com

Pie Ranch

650.879.0995

delma@pieranch.org

Portola Valley Library

650.851.0560 ext. 227

portolavalley@smcl.org

Puente/Pescadero Office

650.879.1691

outreach@mypuente.org

San Carlos Adult Community Center

650.802.4384

tmuela@cityofsancarlos.org

San Carlos Chamber of Commerce

650.593.1068

staff@sancarloschamber.org

San Carlos Educational Foundation

650.590.5983

ed@scefkids.org

San Carlos Library

650.591.0341 ext. 227

sancarlos@smcl.org

San Carlos Together, Inc.

650.703.4827

tom@tomdavids.com

San Mateo County Democratic Party

650.344.1714

cecily999@sbcglobal.net

Sanchez Art Center

650.355.1894

cindy@sanchezartcenter.org

Second Harvest Food Bank

650.610.0800

 

Senior Coastsiders: Senior Center

650.726.9056

info@seniorcoastsiders.org

Seton Coastside Long Term Care

650.563.7100

 

South Coast Childrens’ Services, Inc.

650.879.0013

 

StarVista

650.591.9623

dwasher@star-vista.org

The Sequoias

650 851.1501

jdobson@ncphs.org

Vida Verde Nature Education

650.747.9288

Laura@Vveducation.org

Woodside Library

650.851.0147 ext. 227

woodside@smcl.org

Supervisorial District 4

Agency

Phone

E-mail Address

American Association of University Women -Menlo Atherton

650.323.4066

 

Atherton Regency

650.325.8600

administrator@athertonregency.com

Boys & Girls Clubs -Peninsula

650.561.3331

 

Canada College Disability Resource Center

650.306.3259

canadadrc@smccd.edu

Center for Excellence in Nonprofits

650.517.5855

jennifer@cen.org

Child and Family Institute

650.328.2262

kris@cfamily.org

Child Care Coordinating Council

650.517.1400

dfleishman@sanmateo4cs.org

Commission on the Status Women

650.363.4872

tbeat@smcgov.org

Compass High School

650.720.4248

rwylde@compasshigh.org

David E. Lewis Community Reentry Center

650.853.3188

jcabera@smcgov.org

Devonshire Oaks Nursing Center

650.366.9503

 

East Palo Alto Community Alliance and Neighborhood

650.473.9838

rjones@epacando.org

East Palo Alto Library

650.321.7712 ext. 227

eastpaloalto@smcl.org

East Palo Alto Senior Center

650.329.5900

epharr@cityofepa.org

Fair Oaks Adult Activity Center

650.780.7525

lswartzel@peninsulafamilyservice.org

Fair Oaks Community Center

650.780.7500

havila@redwoodcity.org

Fair Oaks Community Center – Hispanic Community

650.780.7500

tchin@redwoodcity.org

Geohazards International

650.614.9050

jomo@geohaz.org

Green Salt

650.485.4877

paul@10booksahome.org

Herban Health

650.327.7894

dladine@aol.com

International Institute of the Bay

650.780.7514

ruriarte@iibayarea.org

JobTrain

650.330.6429

svea@jobtrainworks.org

Kainos Home and Training Center, Inc.

650.363.2423

andrew.frisch@kainosusa.org

Latino Leadership Council

650.241.0692

leadership@llcsmc.org

Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County

650.558.0915

mshawver@legalaidsmc.org

League of Women Voters South San Mateo County

650.325.5780

ellenjhope@aol.com

Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce

650.325.2818

info@menloparkchamber.com

Menlo Park Library Foundation

650.321.1084

info@foundationmpl.org

Menlo Park Senior Center

650.330.2280

aysamardar@menlopark.org

Mental Health Association of San Mateo County

650.368.3345

melissap@mhasmc.org

My New Red Shoes

650.241.3911

minh@mynewredshoes.org

Nuestra Casa

650.330.7472

JGarcia@nuestracasa.org

One East Palo Alto Neighborhood Improvement Initiative

650.330.7462

mcnair@1epa.org

One New Heartbeat, Inc.

650.440.0567

Waynette@onenewheartbeat.org

Palo Alto VA Medical Center (Menlo Park)

650.614.9997

 

Peninsula Family Service: Fair Oaks Adult Activity Center

650.780.7525

info@peninsulafamilyservice.org

Peninsula Vet Center

650.617.4300

 

Redwood City Veterans Memorial Senior Center

650.780.7306

butecht@redwoodcity.org

Redwood City Chamber of Commerce

650.364.1722

amy@redwoodcitychamber.com

Sequoia Adult School

650.306.8866

bchavez@seq.org

Service League of San Mateo County

650.364.4664

info@serviceleague.org

SparkPoint at Canada College

650.381.3550

cansparkpoint@smccd.edu

SV Links

650.646.5610

mac@svlinks.org

Thrive Alliance

650.654.7993

info@thrivealliance.org

Villages of San Mateo County

650.260.4569

susan.j.gerard@gmail.com

Volunteers for Outdoor California

650.298.9774

cmoyer@v.o.cal.org

Wings Learning Center

650.365.3250

rios@wingslearningcenter.org

Rosalie Rendu Center

650.473.9522

rosalierendu1998@gmail.com​

Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto

650.326.6440

clsepa.org/contact

Fair Oaks Health Center

650.578.7141

 

Saint Francis Center

650.365.7829

schristina@aol.com

Supervisorial District 5

Agency

Phone

E-mail Address

ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc.

800.527.2820

joann_kyle@abs-cbn.com

Black Student Union, Skyline College

 

clayb@smccd.edu

Brisbane Chamber of Commerce

415.467.7283

mitch@brisbanechamber.org

Brisbane Library

415.467.2060 ext. 227

vargas@smcl.org

Brisbane Village Helping Hands

415.508.2185

kflatham@gmail.com

Daly City Community Service Center

650.991.8007

 

Daly City Partnership

650.301.3300

pat@dcpartnership.org

Daly City Public Library Associates

650.224.2356

info@dcpla.org

Daly City Youth Health Center

650.985.7000

contact@dalycityyouth.org

Daly City-Colma Chamber of Commerce

650.755.3900

staff@dalycity-colmachamber.org

Doelger Senior Center

650.991.8012

 

Filipino-American Democratic Club – San Mateo County

650.740.4799

mark4life@hotmail.com

Jefferson Adult Education

650.550.7891

fwentw@juhsd.net

Jericho Project

415.656.1700

cjerichoproject@aol.com

Kindred at Home

650.985.5660

 

Lincoln Park Community Center

650.991.5722

angeloi@dalycity.org

Liwanag Kultural Center (Filipino)

650.641.2891

lkctruong@gmail.com

Migrante – N. San Mateo County

650.733.6152

mdalupo@gmail.com

National Asian American Coalition

650.952.0522

info@naac.org

North Peninsula Food Pantry & Dining Center of Daly City

650.994.5150

fooddc@comcast.net

Seton Medical Center: Skilled Nursing Facility

650.992.4000

 

Skyline College EOPS & CARE

650.738.4139

hotepl@smccd.edu

South San Francisco Adult School

650.877.8844

sredmond@ssfusd.org

SparkPoint at Skyline College

650.738.7035

skylinesparkpoint@smccd.edu

St. Francis Convalescent Pavilion

650.994.3200

 

The Arc of San Francisco

650.756.1304

awilliams@thearcsf.org

VA Outpatient Clinic

650.615.6000

 

Out of County 

Agency

Phone

E-mail Address

4 Elements Earth Education, Inc.

530.265.2036

rick@4eee.org

ACLU Mid-Peninsula Chapter (SF office address)

415.621.2493

midpen.ACLU@gmail.com

ACLU North Peninsula Chapter (SF office address)

415.621.2493

npenaclu@gmail.com

APAPA Peninsula Chapter

650.804.6125

contactjune@yahoo.com

Asian Law Caucus

415.848.7736  

jonathans@advancingjustice-alc.org

Filipino American Democratic Caucus

510.825.9530

contactFADC@gmail.com

Filipino Community Center

415.333.6267

lkcramilo@gmail.com

Goodwill SF/SMC/Marin Corporate Offices

415.575.2100

info@sfgoodwill.org

Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired

415.431.1481

info@lighthouse-sf.org

MAC’s Children and Family Services, Inc.

415.704.2920

pedmonds@macs-services.org

Northern California NIAC

 

dmemarzia@niacouncil.org

Recovery Survival Network

415.552.1111

rsn2000@gmail.com

San Francisco Independent Living Resource Center

415.543.6222

info@ilrcsf.org

Senior Center Without Walls

877.797.7299

SCWW@jtm-esc.org

SIREN

408.453.3003

 

State Council on Developmental Disabilities

510.286.1250

Sheraden.Nicholau@scdd.ca.gov

Together We Will SF Bay Area

 

twwsfbay.org/join-us.html

Training for Safety, Inc.

 

james.oneil@trainingforsafety.com

Vista Center for the Blind

650.858.0202

info@vistacenter.org

Working Partnerships USA

408.809.2120

maria@wpusa.org

Your Filipino Professionals Association

415.999.8365

getintouch@yfpasf.com

Upcoming Community Events 

Ongoing
U.S. Naturalization Ceremony

March 15, 2018
International Food Fair, San Mateo High School

March 15, 2018
San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee, Burlingame

March 17, 2018
La Honda Community Meeting

March 18, 2018
Nowruz 2018, San Mateo

March 21, 2018
Villages of San Mateo County, San Mateo

April 2 – 4, 2018
50th Anniversary Commemoration of King’s Assassination, East Palo Alto

April 9, 2018
City of San Carlos City Council Meeting

April 2018
Family Literacy Days and Kindergarten Readiness Events

April 2018
High School Voter Education Weeks

April 2018
Human Services Agency (San Carlos) Veterans Outreach

April 30, 2018
Fair Oaks Library: Kermes & Dia del Nino Community Festival, Redwood City

May 2018
Cinco de Mayo events, various Cities

May 4, 2018
Community Benefits and Resources Fair, San Mateo

May 6, 2018
Foster City Polynesian Festival

May 19, 2018
5th Annual Shine Festival, Daly City

May 2018
Streets Alive! Parks Alive! various Cities

May 2018
Soul Stroll, Coyote Point Park, San Mateo

May 12, 2018
8th Annual Reading Bonanza, East Palo Alto

May 2018
San Carlos Airport Day

June 1–3, 2018
cityFEST 2018, Foster City

Calendar subject to change – view calendar at www.smcacre.org

Media Partners

Television

Univision

NBC Owned Television Stations

KTVU

Telemundo

CBS

ABC

KQED

ABS-CBN

Radio

Univision (KBRG & KSOL)

Telemundo

KCBS-AM

KQED-FM

KGO-AM

Cumulus Media (KNBR, KGO, KFOG, KSAN & KSJO)

Chinese Radio Sound of Hope

KHMB Coastside Radio 1710 AM

Sing Tao Radio

El Show de Paula Maruri

Newspapers/Magazines

San Mateo Daily Journal
Daily Post
East Palo Alto Today

Embarcadero Publishing (The Almanac)

Daily News Group newspapers

SF Media Group (Examiner newspaper)

Fox Venues (Climate magazine)

Half Moon Bay Review

Spectrum magazine

Philippines Today 

News for Chinese

El Reportero

World News

San Francisco Chronicle

Manila Mail

Asian Journal

Fil Am Star

Philippine Daily Inquirer

The Skyline View

Online

Patch

Movie Theaters

NCM (Century Theatres)

Posters

Titan Outdoor – BART Stations

Podcasts

Poly by Design

Example: Direct Voter Contact Postcards

Example: Direct Voter Contact Postcards

Maps

Public Transit Routes in San Mateo County

Areas with Low Vote by Mail Usage

San Mateo County Population

Language Minority Communities

Voters with Disabilties

Household Vehicle Ownership

Areas with Individuals Living in Poverty

Areas with Eligible Residents Who are not yet Registered to Vote

Post

Public Comments (40-62)
at Hearing and Registration & Elections Division

PLEASE NOTE:  These questions and comments have been summarized from the January 18, 2018 Public Hearing. For the complete comment, please listen to the audio which can be found on our website. If you believe that your question or comment was not summarized correctly, please email the Registration & Elections Division at registrar@smcacre.org so that we can update the record.

Post

Public Comments (63-89)
at Voter's Choice Act Community Convening and Registration & Elections Division

(63) Public meeting was at a bad time.

Should be in the evening as many people cannot attend during the day

Registration & Elections Division Response:
We will take your suggestion into consideration the next time we schedule hearings.  We did receive comments via email and our web form from some individuals and organizations who could not attend.

(64) Get in contact with Ann Campbell.

Get notice of the new election model into school newsletters.

Post

Public Comments (90-92)
from Center for Independence of Individuals with Disabilities meeting and Registration & Elections Division

(90) Have we considered or will the Elections Division consider choosing a date or several days within the Early Voting Period to visit Nursing Homes or agencies/organizations that serve people with barriers to voting and just arrange to bring DAU’s to allow those people the option to vote

Registration & Elections Division Response:

Post

Public Comments (93–95)
Received by Mail and Registration & Elections Division Responses

(93) Date:  January 17, 2018; 5:30pm-7:00pm; Location:  2396 University Ave. East Palo Alto, CA. 94303 Host: Nuestra Casa de East Palo Alto 

We are writing on behalf of Nuestra Casa de East Palo Alto a community education organization dedicated to increasing civic participation and promoting economic self-sustainability of the Latino immigrant population. Nuestra Casa works with Latino par-rents to build their knowledge, voice, and community power.

Post

Public Comments (96–113)
(Received Electronically) to Amended Draft EAP and Registration & Elections Division Replies

(96) Michael Thank you for your email. 

In looking over the proposed vote centers, I notice that the County Office of Education is still on the list for Redwood City.  I had suggested that the location be changed to the library in Redwood Shores instead of the County Office of Education.  My argument was that the library is better located in Redwood Shores, more visible to people driving in and out of Redwood Shores and more familiar to residents of Redwood Shores.  I doubt if you surveyed residents here in Redwood Shores few would know where the County Offic