Information for Voters

Confused about Ballot Measures and How to Vote?

Information Resources described at the October 6th Forum for Voters: Ballot Propositions – a Faith & Justice perspective on the November election are available here. If you missed the presentation by UUCLB Social Justice, Greater Long Beach ICO and Black Lives Matter—Long Beach City, you still have access to a wealth of information to help you decide what you want to vote for and how to make sure you vote counts. You can also (re)watch the forum.

Four Faith and Justice Recommendation Resources

1. Recommendations from Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry – California and 13 other organizations prepared by the UUJM-CA.

2. Recommendations from PICO California enables people of faith to build power to reshape their lives and their communities [Greater Long Beach ICO is a member of PICO network]
3. Recommendations from BLM Long Beach in collaboration with BLM LA.
4. Recommendations from California Church Impact empowering & mobilizing people of faith to be effective advocates in public policy.

Information and Analysis for Voters

 1. Non-partisan information on candidates and measures on November 3, 2020 ballot from Voters’ Edge sponsored by League of Women Voters.


  2. Non-partisan analysis of measures on November 3, 2020 ballot from Ballotpedia sponsored by the Lucy Burns Institute
Ballotpedia 2020 CA Ballot Propositions

Information from California Secretary of State

Information from Local Registrars

Ballot Drop Boxes in Long Beach

  • Bixby Park Community Center, 130 Cherry Ave.
  • Bixby Park Community Center, 130 Cherry Ave.
  • Bret Harte Neighborhood Library, 1595 W. Willow St.
  • Burnett Neighborhood Library, 560 E. Hill St.
  • Dana Neighborhood Library, 3680 Atlantic Ave.
  • El Dorado Park West Community Center, 2800 N. Studebaker Rd.
  • Freeman Community Center, 1205 Freeman Ave.
  • Heartwell Park Community Center, 5801 Parkcrest St.
  • Houghton Park Community Center, 6301 Myrtle Ave.
  • Long Beach City Hall, 411 W. Ocean Blvd.
  • Long Beach Senior Center, 1150 E. 4th St.
  • Marina Vista Park, 5355 E. Eliot St.
  • Mark Twain Neighborhood Library, 1401 E. Anaheim St.
  • Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library, 5870 Atlantic Ave.
  • Ramona Park, 3301 E. 65th St.
  • Scherer Park, 4600 Long Beach Blvd.
  • Signal Hill Public Library, 1800 East Hill St.
  • The Carpenter Center at Cal State Long Beach, 6200 East Atherton St.
  • Veterans Park, 101 E. 28th St.
  • Willow blue line station, 2750 West American Ave.

Keep checking for updated information.