Jason AndersonSan Bernardino County District Attorney
Jason Anderson worked in the District Attorney’s office for 17 years before starting his own practice in 2014. Anderson supports the creation of a community commission that will review the performance of the District Attorney’s office and keep the office accountable to the residents of San Bernardino County. He also supports the expansion of alternative sentencing options for those who have committed non-violent crimes. Anderson has a reputation of being reasonable and fair-minded.
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Ways You Can Participate
Color Of Change PAC is dedicated to increasing Black voter participation to build a powerful Black voting block. We want to make sure that every eligible, Black voter is registered and their vote is accounted for on EVERY election day. Our goal is to ensure that we’re not leaving a single vote behind.
Lead a voter registration effort in your neighborhood to make sure that your friends, family and neighbors are registered to vote at their current address.
Bookmark this link on your phone so you can help voters easily check their registration.
MEET AND GREET
Meet with local black business owners (barber shops, beauty salons, insurance agencies, etc.) and share how they can help register voters and how they can help collect Black Voter info to make these races even more competitive
Host a House Party with your friends and family to tell them how they can help with Black voter info collection.
Check out our guide that gives volunteers the tools and tips they need to throw great parties.
Donate to help keep our program sustainable. We’re funded by grassroots supportors like you. Recurring donations help ensure we can continute our mission.
Early voting is now open!
You’ll need to have:
- California license or ID card number
- Last four SSN digits
- Date of birth
To register in-person (or by mail), you can pick up a paper application at any county elections office, library, Department of Motor Vehicles offices, or U.S. post office.
Vote EarlyRequest a Vote-by-Mail Ballot
Beginning on May 7, you can request to vote-by-mail in the June 2018 California Primary.