AB 1436: Election day voter registration

 
CLCV Supported
Signed by Gov. Brown

When Californians do not register to vote at least two weeks before an election, they are not allowed to vote. Eligible voters are stopped from casting ballots due to an unnecessary – and undemocratic – voter registration deadline. AB 1436 (Feuer) addresses this problem by allowing Californians to register to vote up to and on Election Day. The bill will potentially allow 850,000 more eligible voters in California to register and vote. The law will be implemented after California finalizes a statewide voter registration database known as VoteCal, possibly as soon as the 2014 elections.

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Good Government
Senator Party Vote
Elaine Alquist D
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Joel Anderson R
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Tom Berryhill R
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Sam Blakeslee R
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Ron Calderon D
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Anthony Cannella R
Not Voting
Not Voting
Ellen Corbett D
Good
Good
Lou Correa D
Good
Good
Kevin de León D
Excused
Excused
Mark DeSaulnier D
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Good
Bob Dutton R
Bad
Bad
Bill Emmerson R
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Bad
Noreen Evans D
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Good
Jean Fuller R
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Ted Gaines R
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Bad
Loni Hancock D
Good
Good
Tom Harman R
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Bad
Edward P. Hernandez D
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Good
Bob Huff R
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Bad
Christine Kehoe D
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Good
Doug LaMalfa R
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Bad
Mark Leno D
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Ted Lieu D
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Carol Liu D
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Alan Lowenthal D
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Gloria Negrete McLeod D
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Good
Alex Padilla D
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Fran Pavley D
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Curren Price D
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Good
Michael Rubio D
Not Voting
Not Voting
Sharon Runner R
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Bad
Joe Simitian D
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Good
Darrell Steinberg D
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Good
Tony Strickland R
Bad
Bad
Juan Vargas D
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Good
Mimi Walters R
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Bad
Lois Wolk D
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Good
Rod Wright D
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Good
Mark Wyland R
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Leland Yee D
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Good
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Katcho Achadjian R
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Bad
Luis Alejo D
Good
Good
Michael Allen D
Good
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Tom Ammiano D
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Good
Toni Atkins D
Good
Good
Jim Beall D
Good
Good
Bill Berryhill R
Bad
Bad
Marty Block D
Good
Good
Bob Blumenfield D
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Susan Bonilla D
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Good
Steven Bradford D
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Good
Julia Brownley D
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Joan Buchanan D
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Good
Betsy Butler D
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Charles Calderon D
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Nora Campos D
Good
Good
Wilmer Amina Carter D
Good
Good
Gil Cedillo D
Good
Good
Wesley Chesbro D
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Good
Connie Conway R
Bad
Bad
Paul Cook R
Bad
Bad
Mike Davis D
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Good
Roger Dickinson D
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Good
Tim Donnelly R
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Bad
Mike Eng D
Good
Good
Mike Feuer D
Good
Good
Nathan Fletcher R
Good
Good
Paul Fong D
Good
Good
Felipe Fuentes D
Good
Good
Warren Furutani D
Not Voting
Not Voting
Beth Gaines R
Bad
Bad
Cathleen Galgiani D
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Good
Martin Garrick R
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Bad
Mike Gatto D
Bad
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Rich Gordon D
Good
Good
Jeff Gorell R
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Bad
Shannon Grove R
Bad
Bad
Curt Hagman R
Bad
Bad
Linda Halderman R
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Bad
Isadore Hall D
Good
Good
Diane Harkey R
Bad
Bad
Mary Hayashi D
Good
Good
Roger Hernandez D
Good
Good
Jerry Hill D
Good
Good
Alyson Huber D
Good
Good
Ben Hueso D
Good
Good
Jared Huffman D
Good
Good
Kevin Jeffries R
Bad
Bad
Brian Jones R
Bad
Bad
Steve Knight R
Bad
Bad
Ricardo Lara D
Good
Good
Dan Logue R
Bad
Bad
Bonnie Lowenthal D
Good
Good
Fiona Ma D
Good
Good
Allan Mansoor R
Bad
Bad
Tony Mendoza D
Good
Good
Jeff Miller R
Bad
Bad
Holly Mitchell D
Good
Good
Bill Monning D
Good
Good
Mike Morrell R
Bad
Bad
Brian Nestande R
Bad
Bad
Jim Nielsen R
Bad
Bad
Chris Norby R
Bad
Bad
Kristin Olsen R
Bad
Bad
Richard Pan D
Good
Good
Henry Perea D
Good
Good
John A. Pérez D
Good
Good
V. Manuel Pérez D
Good
Good
Anthony Portantino D
Good
Good
Jim Silva R
Bad
Bad
Nancy Skinner D
Good
Good
Cameron Smyth R
Bad
Bad
Jose Solorio D
Good
Good
Sandré Swanson D
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Good
Norma Torres D
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Good
David Valadao R
Bad
Bad
Donald Wagner R
Bad
Bad
Bob Wieckowski D
Good
Good
Das Williams D
Good
Good
Mariko Yamada D
Bad
Bad
 
 
 

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