Kim Alexander

president of California Voter Foundation

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President and founder of the California Voter Foundation

Kim Alexander on KCRW

"Before your ballot would be rejected, your county has to contact you and provide you with a chance to submit a new signature," says Kim Alexander, president of California Voter…

What to do if your ballot has a signature problem or you make other mistakes

"Before your ballot would be rejected, your county has to contact you and provide you with a chance to submit a new signature," says Kim Alexander, president of California Voter…

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