Ballots have been mailed out in California, as voters face the choice of whether to remove the governor from office. Although the new voting rules can be confusing, here’s what you need to know.
The September 14 recall election for California Governor Gavin Newsom is well underway, as mail-in ballots have been sent out to millions of voters across the state. However, the new vote-by-mail system has many voters confused about how exactly things are going to work this time around. Take a look at this chart for all you need to know.