I am the REALTOR® Party of California and I Vote!
California REALTORS® cannot afford to ignore what occurs in the halls of government because Real Estate is one of the most regulated industries at the local, state and federal level. This is why every REALTOR® needs to be counted on Election Day!
Through your vote, C.A.R.'s ability to protect your business is strengthened. When REALTORS® are engaged in the electoral process, elected officials listen to our concerns.
Make your VOICE heard, Register to Vote today !
GET INTO POLITICS OR GET OUT OF BUSINESS: The decisions made by elected officials affect REALTORS®' lives every day; from the taxes we pay, to the roads we drive on, to the schools our children attend. That‘s why it's important to participate in the political process and choose elected officials by exercising your right to vote!
Register to Vote! Permanent absentee is the easiest way to vote: Your ballot arrives by mail and you vote at your convenience.
In California, the deadline to register to vote for any election is 15 days before Election Day, so please register early!
|Election Date||Your registration must be postmarked or submitted electronically no later than:|
|April 5, 2016|
(Assembly District 31, Special Primary Election)
|March 21, 2016|
|June 7, 2016|
(Presidential Primary Election)
|May 23, 2016|
|November 8, 2016|
|October 24, 2016|
REALTOR® Party of California: We don't tell you who to vote for, we just want you to vote!
All California REALTORS(R) are the REALTOR® Party of California, a committed movement of real estate professionals fighting to keep the dream of homeownership alive in California and throughout the country. We value homeownership, private property rights, free enterprise and a responsive government. Learn more about the REALTOR® Party of California!
The REALTORS®' vote is critical to ensuring that homeownership is represented at the local level, in Sacramento and Washington DC. Please make exercising that right a priority!
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Updated: February 2016