The City launches new Web tool to encourage voting

In an effort to get San Francisco’s vote out, The City’s Department of Elections has launched a new voter-registration look-up tool on its Web site. The tool — which is available in English, Chinese and Spanish — will confirm their registration and show the voter their party affiliation, location of their polling place and an image of their sample ballot. The new tool can be found online at www.sfgov.org/elections.Bay Area NewsDepartment of ElectionsLocalvoter registration

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