AROC 2014 Voter Guide

Get out and vote! November 4, 2014

The Arab Resource and Organizing Center encourages all registered voters to go to the polls. We recognize that many in our community are denied their voting rights, including non-citizens, youth, and people in prison or on parole. Until each of us is able to have a true say in our political system, we still find it important to speak up for the needs and rights of our communities when we are able. Below are some of the ballot measures we found most critical in the upcoming election.

Find your polling place and other voter information here:

Call AROC with questions or for assistance. 415-861-7444

Language Access – While there are no printed ballots in Arabic, you can ask for interpretation at City Hall or any polling place and an interpreter will verbally translate the ballot to you by phone. For assistance call 415-554-4375.

View or download PDF of AROC Voter Guide: AROC Voter Guide [PDF]

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