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Written by: Scott McKeel
In 2014 bill AB 1360 failed to pass into law.
This year (2015) several states have passed laws making electronic voting legal including Florida, Illinois and Pennsylvania.
I am writing this short article to help make it as easy as possible for you to make your voice heard.
You can find out who that is on this website: http://findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov
If you would like to become more involved than that you can contact your local CAI (Community Association Institute) and ask them how to get involved.
This is a list of Californian chapters taken from the national CAI website.
Bay Area and Central California ChapterThe Bay Area, San Francisco, Stockton, and Central California
California North ChapterSacramento and Northern California
Channel Islands ChapterSan Luis Obispo, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Kern County and vicinity
Coachella Valley ChapterPalm Springs and the Coachella Valley
Greater Los Angeles ChapterLos Angeles and vicinity
Greater Inland Empire ChapterSan Bernardino and Riverside Counties
Orange County Regional ChapterOrange County
San Diego ChapterSan Diego and vicinity
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