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GO VOTE! Voting Begins For The Winter Election

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No matter what your reason is, GO VOTE! (Song by Lulu Moon)

Voting has begun! Starting at 8pm (ET) on the 5th of January citizens will be able to cast their vote for who they want to represent them in the San Andreas Legislature. Voting finishes on the 9th of January at 8pm (ET).

How does the Election Work?

Voting in the state of San Andreas operates under a different principle than other states. We use single transferable vote (STV) which allows you to vote for the candidates in order of preference. The candidate in the first box is your most preferred candidate. You can rank all the candidates in order, but this is not a requirement for voting.

If your first preference comes last your vote will transfer to your second preference. this process repeats until all the seats are filled or if a candidate you have preferred reaches the required quota to be elected. Still confused? Here is a fun video explaining it all and if you want to learn more you can watch this follow up video as well.

How do I vote?

Alright, voting time. In the state voting is conducted at City Hall. This is the first time voting has been done at our new city hall complex so some things have changed since the last election. Don’t worry, you’re already enrolled to vote!

Voting will take place at City Hall in the lobby, to vote you will need to approach the Polling Assistants behind the white tables. You can find them by turning right from the entrance of the lobby area. (The courthouse side of the building)

The polling assistants will hand you a ballot. You will need to fill out that ballot, submit it appropriately in order for you vote to be cast, and that’s it! You have just voted in the General Election.

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