California: Vote Against Cancer, Register Before May 21.

Your vote supporting Prop 29 will be critical to help make sure California takes the lead in the fight against cancer. Take a moment to watch this moving video on why Prop 29 is so important, and then review the steps necessary to make sure you’re registered to vote before May 21.

Are you registered to vote?

If you’re not sure, or if you’ve recently moved, now is the time to make sure you can vote when polls open June 5. Follow these three easy steps:

  1. Find Out if You Are Registered to Vote
  2. Register to Vote by May 21st
  3. Find Your Polling Place

Alternative Ways to Vote

Early voting has already begun. Mail-in-ballots are available to any registered voter if requested before May 29.

Find out more about voting by mail.

Know the facts

Once you know what Prop 29 does, it’s hard not to support it. Here are a few key facts to share with friends:

  1. Prop 29 funds innovative cancer research and programs to prevent more kids from smoking.
  2. Prop 29 will help save 104,500 lives from smoke-induced death.
  3. The life-saving measure is funded entirely by a $1 per-pack tax on cigarettes.

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ABOUT LIVESTRONG

LIVESTRONG serves people affected by cancer and empowers them to take action against the world’s leading cause of death whether it’s in California, or around the world. Created as the Lance Armstrong Foundation in 1997 by cancer survivor and champion cyclist Lance Armstrong, the organization is now known publicly by its powerful brand—LIVESTRONG—and is a leader in the global movement on behalf of 28 million people around the world living with cancer today.

®LIVESTRONG, a registered trademark of the Lance Armstrong Foundation. The Lance Armstrong Foundation is a 501(c)(3) under federal tax guidelines. 2201 E. Sixth Street | Austin, Texas 78702 | 877.236.8820, or for cancer support call LIVESTRONG at 855.220.7777 | Privacy Policy | Legal

Paid for by Yes on 29 - Californians for a Cure, Sponsored by the American Cancer Society California Division, Inc., American Lung Association in California, American Heart Association and Cancer Research Doctors. Major funding by Lance Armstrong Foundation and American Cancer Society California Division, Inc.

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