COMMUNITIES FOR A NEW CALIFORNIA (CNC) is a statewide 501(c)(4) civil and human rights organization committed to achieving public policy that is socially, economically, and environmentally just for California’s families. CNC ‘s chapters cover the Central Coast, San Joaquin Valley, Imperial and Coachella Valley.
In the North San Joaquin Valley 253,199 ballots have been mailed to voters, but only 55,948 have been returned and in the City of Tracy we know that 29,899 ballots were mailed out but only 5,833 have been returned. Our goal for GOTV is to increase the number of voters who turn out in the name of affordable healthcare, quality jobs, clean drinking water, and to protect refugee immigrants from family separation.
Schedule: Saturday, November 3, 2018, 10am-3:00pm.
En el Valle Norte de San Joaquín se enviaron 253,199 boletas a los votantes, pero solo se devolvieron 55,948 y en la Ciudad de Tracy sabemos que se enviaron 29,899 boletas, pero solo 5,833 se devolvieron. Nuestro objetivo para GOTV es aumentar el número de votantes que acuden en nombre de una atención médica asequible, empleos de calidad, agua potable limpia y proteger a los refugiados refugiados de la separación familiar.
Horario: sábado 3 de noviembre de 2018, 10 am-3: 00pm.
A 2013 report found that over 2.8 million people in the San Joaquin Valley are served by a water system whose source water is impacted by contamination. That translates into over 265,000 people in Stanislaus County, over 80,000 people in San Joaquin County, over 450,000 people in Fresno County, and over 32,000 people in Tulare County who are served by water systems that have violated drinking water standards because of contaminants like Nitrate and Arsenic.
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