Top Two Primary
No Party Preference
- Under the new Top Two system, all candidates for Congress, statewide executive offices, and the California Legislature are listed on the same ballot regardless of their party preference.
- You can vote for any candidate regardless of what party preference you indicated on your voter registration form.
- The two candidates receiving the most votes -- regardless of party preference -- move on to the general election
- Check your ballot! Are you registered as No Party Preference (Decline to State)?
- For presidential primary elections: NPP voters, unless they choose otherwise, receive a "non-partisan" ballot that does not include presidential candidates.
- You can vote for a presidential candidate in the American Independent, Democratic or Libertarian Parties in the Primary Election.
LWVFNUC 2016 ANNUAL MEETING PHOTOS
Please welcome our 2016-2017 LWVFNUC Board of Directors
Evelyn La Torre
The League of Women Voters of Fremont, Newark,
and Union City
is a nonpartisan organization that encourages
the informed and active participation
in government, works to increase understanding
of major public policy issues, and
influences public policy through education