The Secretary of State’s office has released scores of political information that could prove worth its weight in gold to local government elected officials. The question is: how can it best be used.
The voter registration report issued by the Secretary of State’s office, is a legally required to be released 154 days before an election. The information covers statewide offices, as well as other Sacramento-centric offices. However, included in the report is a breakdown of voters by County, Supervisorial districts, and even cities.
While local government races are non-partisan, that doesn’t mean they are apolitical. The information released could convince some to seek election or re-election, or be used to dissuade the un-electable from running.
Take a look at the full report here.