2022 General Election
Invitation to Election Observer Panel for Public Logic & Accuracy Test,
Early Voting and Election Night Canvass
September 20, 2022
Dear San Joaquin County Residents,
The Registrar of Voters (ROV) will convene an Election Observer Panel to observe activities for the November 8, 2022 General Election. Representatives of the Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ), Chamber of Commerce, El Concilio, Grand Jury, League of Women Voters, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and the public are invited to participate on the panel.
You are also invited to observe our state mandated Logic & Accuracy Test (L&A) of the voting system taking place at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, October 7, 2022, at the San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters Office located at 44 N. San Joaquin St., Suite 350, Stockton, CA 95202.
Panel members are also welcome to observe the processing of Vote-by-Mail ballots at the ROV office as early as 29 days before the election (beginning October 10). Members of the panel may visit one or more polling places on Election Day and may also visit the ballot counting center to observe the tabulation of ballots on election night. Election night activities and the canvass will take place after 8:00 p.m. at the ROV warehouse located at 7585 S. Longe St., Suite 112, Stockton, CA 95206.
If your organization would like to be represented on the Election Observer Panel, please notify Brian Gegarian either by mail, phone at (209) 468-9671, or email at email@example.com. Please respond by November 1, 2022, with the name of your representative for Election Day activities. The ROV will be available to meet with panel members to explain their role in greater detail.
Thank you for your interest in participating in our electoral system.
Registrar of Voters San Joaquin County
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PRECINCT BOARD MEMBERS cannot attempt to determine how a voter voted their ballot or, if that information is discovered, disclose how a voter voted their ballot.
The prohibitions on activity related to corruption of the voting process summarized above are set forth in Chapter 6 of Division 18 of the California Elections Code.
The electioneering prohibitions summarized above are set forth in Article 7 of Chapter 4 of Division 18 of the California Elections Code.