Friday, March 6, 2009

March 10 is Election Day!

Voters will make their choices for Pasadena City Council Districts 3, 5 and 7, and PUSD Board of Education seats 1, 3, 5 and 7.

Pasadena Convention Center will be abuzz that evening with the counting of the ballots. Beginning at 8 p.m., election coverage will be broadcast live on 55 KPAS and via streaming video. On Pasadena televisions where cable is connected directly to the set and not through a cable box, KPAS can be found on channel 1.

Election results will also be updated continually that evening at this site.

And here's something new this week: If you have an iPhone, Treo, Blackberry or some other mobile device with Internet capability, enter and you'll see election results as the second option listed on the screen!

For information on polling locations or to view your sample ballot pamphlet, call the City Clerk's Office at 744-4124.


Cafe Observer said...

ANOTHER election??
At this rate one day the voters are gonna get weary & lose interest. From an acctg pt of view this doesn't seem like the most effective use of funds.

If you put out in front FREE dog food & drink...well, now you're talking - you'll get a large turnout!

West Coast Grrlie Blather said...

Thank you for all the excellent info, and for the reminder!

Susan Kitchens said...

Did you know:

"Recipients of electronic mail will read any quote appended by the name of any author and will forward those emails on to family and friends. In this way, the masses will become more gullible and less skeptical. Owners of capital will abscond with resources of those email recipients. In this way, the entire nation will move inexorably toward communism."

Karl Marx, Das Kapital, 1867.

It says so right here! ;)

Miss Havisham's Tea Party said...

Ann Erdman will be at Graceland April 21, 2009. Anytime you want me to shut-up just feed me a history quiz.

You were great tonight!

pasadenapio said...

Bless you! I'll post again, probably tomorrow. I've been too busy and too exhausted. But I love my job, don't get me wrong!