Iranian-American Democrats (BAIAD)

Stop the Republican Recall of Governor Newsom
How to vote in California’s Recall

Ballots must be postmarked, placed in a dropbox, or delivered to a polling place by 8 pm on September 14.

FAQ on how to cast your ballot in California’s recall election:

How do I support Gavin Newsom in the recall election?

1. Vote “NO” on the recall and leave the second question blank

2. Send back your mail-in ballot by 9/14

How can I vote in this election?

All registered voters will receive mail-in ballots. You can also vote in person at a voting center or polling place.

When and how do I have to return my ballot so that it gets counted?

Ballots must be postmarked, placed in a dropbox, or delivered to a polling place by 8 pm on September 14.

Who receives a ballot?

Every registered voter will be mailed a mail in ballot.

What if I am not registered to vote?

Californians can register online or by mail to receive a mail-in ballot until August 30 at You can also register the same-day as you vote in person at a polling place or vote center after September 4. You can find more information on the requirements for registering to vote here:

How do I check my voter registration status?

Visit for info on your voter registration status.

How can I get updates on the status of my ballot?

Sign-up at to receive automatic email, SMS (text), or voice call notifications about your ballot. This will tell you if your ballot has been mailed, received, and counted.

Can I drop my ballot at a dropbox and what is the deadline?

Yes, they have to be in by 8pm on September 14.

How do I find a dropbox for my ballot?

You can find a dropbox to deposit your ballot on the Secretary of State’s website after mid-August: or by contacting your local county elections office:

What do I do if my ballot is damaged or lost?

Contact your county elections office: to apply for a new ballot. Applications must be received by county officials 7 days before an election.

How can I get help in other languages?

The Secretary of State offers voter information and assistance in English and nine more languages. Select Spanish, Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Tagalog, Thai or Vietnamese. For voter assistance in your language, call one of the toll-free Voter Hotlines:

How do I find a polling place or voter center to vote in person?

You can find your polling place on the Secretary of State’s website after mid-August: or by contacting your local county elections office: We recommend you bring your ballot with you if you plan to vote in person.

What if I will be away from home during the election and can’t retrieve my ballot?

We recommend you re-register to vote and change your mailing address to receive the ballot at your temporary address by August 30 at If this does not work for you, please contact the Secretary of State’s toll-free Voter Hotline:

Main Speakers:

  • Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, CA District 18 | 1:00 PM

  • Mr. Will Rodriguez, Chair, San Diego Democratic Party | 1:15 PM

  • Ms. Yasmin Radjy, Activist, Planned Parenthood Action Fund | 1:30 PM

  • Ms. Sudi Farokhnia, Activist, Community Organizer, Bernie Sanders Delegate to DNC | 1:45 PM

  • Dr. Ardavan Mobasheri, Activist- Iranian Americans for Biden | 2:00 PM

  • Mr. Siamak Khadjenoury, Candidate Utah House of Representatives District 49 | 2:15 PM

  • Hakimeh Ordoubadian, Kimi Abernathy- State Senate TN D20 | 2:25PM



  • Mr. Shahriar Afshar, President, IADSD

  • Mr. Dary Rezvani, Candidate Trustee

  • Dr. Mariam Ghazvini, President, BAIAD

Voting Information:

Check your voter registration status and what party you are registered under at

Alameda County Registrar of Voters:

Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters:

All Counties Voting Site:

Detailed Voter Guides and Endorsements:
You can find nonpartisan election information after entering your address at

Official 2020 California Democratic Party Primary Endorsed Candidates:

San Jose Mercury Endorsements:

League of Women Voters:

California Props in short Detail:

San Francisco Chronicle Endorsements:

A breakdown of San Francisco’s Nov ballot measures by SF Chronicle:

Sacramento Bee

California Progressive Endorsements:

For more details please visit BAIAD's Voter Guide:

BAIAD At A Glance:

We are a grassroots political organization that stands for protecting the rights and interests of Iranian-Americans by empowering the Iranian-American political voice.

We promote progressive values such as social justice, responsibility and fairness through education, political participation, public and political advocacy, and grassroots activism.

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