SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF – The County of Santa Clara Registrar of Voters’ office in response to growing concerns over election security continues to increase public awareness with Election Security, Election Security FAQs, and Myth Busters information.
The office is hosting the Coalition of Bay Area Election Officials website to increase voter confidence in the Bay Area that covers over 4 million voters. The County of Santa Clara Registrar of Voters’ office created an Election Administration Security and Integrity White Paper report that aims to promote trust in the security, integrity, and accuracy in the county and Greater Bay Area voting process.
“It’s important for us to educate our voters and stand by our mission to protect and ensure the community’s right to participate in fair, inclusive, accurate, and transparent elections,” said Shannon Bushey, Registrar of Voters.
The Election Security pages, and Election Administration Security and Integrity White Paper report is available online at sccvote.org/security. Visit the Myth Busters webpage at https://sccvote.sccgov.org/myth-busters and the Coalition of Bay Area Election Officials website at BayAreaVotes.org.
The Registrar hopes to strengthen voters’ trust in the integrity of the democratic process. It also aims to help dispel common myths and misinformation that can arise around elections. It is important that voters feel confident that their rights will be protected, and their ballots will be counted securely and accurately whether they vote by mail or visit a vote center.
For more information, contact the Registrar of Voter’s Office toll-free at (866) 430-VOTE . You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org