Thursday, October 30, 2014

PRINT THIS: Our 2014 Election endorsements cheat sheet

Posted By on Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 6:12 PM

This week, we published our massive list of endorsements for the 2014 elections. If you've read the issue and you want to follow our lead on how to vote this year, we've made it easy. Here's a handy, printable list of the candidates we endorsed, plus our voting suggestions on each of the county charter questions and state ballot amendments. All you gotta do is click to enlarge, print and bring with you to the polls when you vote. Remember, you can early-vote up until Nov. 2. Polls are open again on Nov. 4 for Election Day. Don't know where to vote? Visit the Orange County Supervisor of Elections site for more info.

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Just in case the image above doesn't work for you, you can click here to print our handy cheat sheet.

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