CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA (May 3, 2022) — Contra Costa County voters can now watch local “Election Preview.”
This programming offers Contra Costa voters a chance to stay informed about candidates before casting their ballots. Claudine Wong from KTVU and Bob Butler from KCBS will moderate the Previews.
“Contra Costa Television is a public service of the Board of Supervisors, committed to providing programming on issues of countywide interest,” said Board Chair, Supervisor Karen Mitchoff. “The Election Preview offers county residents a non-partisan discussion for our local elections. You can tune in and learn more about candidates and participate in the voting process, so that your voice is heard.”
The voter education forums available, include the following:
- California State Assembly 11 Candidate Forum
- Contra Costa County Assessor Candidate Forum
- Board of Supervisors District 1 Candidate Forum
- Board of Supervisors District 4 Candidate Forum
- Clerk-Recorder Candidate Forum
- District Attorney Candidate Forum
- Sheriff Candidate Forum
Where to watch
Election Preview’s pre-recorded discussions will air on Contra Costa Television (CCTV) channels: Comcast 27, Astound 32, and AT&T U-verse 99. For dates and times, see the TV schedule here. The Election Preview videos will also be available online at Contra Costa Television YouTube channel.
Contra Costa County Elections Division partnered with the County’s Office of Communications & Media, the League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley, and the League of Women Voters of West Contra Costa.
County Clerk-Recorder and Registrar Debi Cooper commented, “Providing Contra Costa County residents with unbiased and transparent information about elections is an integral part of the work we do at the Elections Division. We have the privilege of partnering with the League of Women Voters and CCTV to bring you this valuable information. You can check our website cocovote.us for the most up-to-date and accurate information on local elections.”
All eligible registered Contra Costa voters will receive a Vote by Mail Ballot for the June 7th Primary Election. County Voter Information Guides will mail out to voters by May 2 and ballots mailed before May 9th. You can register or check your registration at registertovote.ca.gov. Voters can track their ballots at wheresmyballot.sos.ca.gov.
For more information about Election Preview programming, visit the County website here.