Sacramento Region Voters 'Feeling The Urgency' To Cast Their BallotCBS13 spoke with voters in the area with the lowest voter turnout in 2016, as well as the area with the highest support for President Trump in 2016.
CBS13 Investigates: Ballot Signature IssuesIn order for your ballot to be counted, your signature must match the one on file with the state.
2020 Election: Golden 1 Center Opening For In-Person VotingEarly voting is underway in California and starting Saturday, Sacramento County residents can vote in person at one of 18 voting centers.
Counties Setting Up Alternative Ways To Assist Maskless VotersCounties across the region are setting up alternative ways to assist voters who choose to forego a mask.   
Unofficial Ballot Boxes Popping Up At Several Stanislaus County ChurchesThe Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder said the department was made aware of five churches that have these boxes or were thinking of installing them at their locations.
Proposition 18: Amends CA Constitution To Allow 17-Year-Old To Vote If 18 By The Next General ElectionThe civic engagement of young people is part of the reason supporters are urging the passage of Proposition 18, which would allow 17-year-olds to vote in primaries and special elections provided they turn 18 by the November general elections.
'It Feels Good': Kings Part-Owner Shaquille O'Neal Says He Just Voted For The First TimeKings part-owner Shaquille O'Neal says he may get "roasted" for admitting it, but the towering former NBA star had something to confess this week: "I voted for the first time, and it feels good."
CBS13 Investigates: How Long Will It Take For Your Vote To Arrive?California is one of nine states automatically mailing ballots to registered voters this year.
California Lawmakers Set In-Person Voting Rules Amid PandemicWorried about the unpredictable coronavirus wreaking havoc on the November election, the California Legislature on Thursday sent a bill to Gov. Gavin Newsom that would let counties offer fewer in-person polling places in exchange for opening the sites earlier.
California Sets In-Person Voting Rules Under Virus ThreatGov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that California will establish hundreds of locations around the state where voters can cast ballots in-person, a month after he decided to send every registered voter a mail-in ballot for the November election.
California Voting Changes Raise Concerns For 'Super Tuesday'Major changes to the way people vote have election advocates on edge as Californians cast ballots in a high-profile primary that was moved up from June so the country's most populous state could have a bigger say in picking the Democratic presidential nominee.