Community Outreach Partners

Lynda Roberts, Registrar of Voters, Elections

The Elections Department anticipated the need to inform voters — both registered and eligible — of procedural changes for the upcoming November 3, 2020, General Election. However, a short timeline and limited resources means any effort to reach voters takes a true partnership with the community to “get the word out.”

The Elections Department contacted a diverse array of organizations including governmental and private non-profit; faith-based groups; academic and youth-oriented institutions; politically active groups; and community-based organizations that provide culturally competent/intelligent services. Invited partners were chosen because of several factors including a commitment to promote civic engagement, service to historically underrepresented voters, being a trusted place in the community, and a commitment to meet our mission of maximizing access and participation through knowledge. Partners participate in sharing non-partisan messages created by the Elections Department that stress how to register to vote, to vote by mail, and describe safety at the polls for those who need to vote in person.

Below is a current list of organizations who are partners in our Outreach & Education Campaign. We continue adding partners daily to expand our coalition and reach into the community to educate and prepare voters to participate. We are grateful for their partnership and wish to acknowledge their contribution.

  • Additional Citizen Volunteer: Jennifer Sorensen
  • Agricultural Institute of Marin (Farmer's Market)
  • Asian Advocacy Project
  • Bayside MLK Academy
  • Board of Supervisors — all Aides
  • Canal Alliance
  • City and Town Clerks:
    • Belvedere City Clerk
    • Corte Madera Town Clerk
    • Fairfax Town Clerk
    • Larkspur City Clerk
    • Mill Valley City Clerk
    • Novato City Clerk
    • Ross Town Clerk
    • San Anselmo Town Clerk
    • San Rafael City Clerk
    • Sausalito City Clerk
    • Tiburon Town Clerk
  • Community Action Marin
  • Community Development Agency
  • Election Advisory Committee
  • High School Elections Ambassador Program
  • League of Women Voters
  • Marin Center for Independent Living
  • Marin County Administrator's Office
  • Marin Community Clinics
  • Marin County Free Library
  • Marin Interfaith Council
  • Party central committee — Democrat
  • Party central committee — Peace & Freedom
  • Party central committee — Republican
  • Performing Stars
  • Play Marin
  • Sausalito Chamber of Commerce
  • Stanford Club of Marin
  • The Spahr Center
  • Veda Florez
  • Voter Accessibility Advisory Committee
  • West Marin Multi-Services Ctr. (Marin Co. HHS)
  • Whistlestop, now known as Vivalon