The Warriors made an announcement Friday that is beneficial to people living in the Bay Area and beyond.
The franchise is doing its part to help voters participate in the upcoming election.
As part of the ongoing commitment to civic engagement, the Golden State Warriors have announced multiple initiatives in Oakland, San Francisco, and Santa Cruz to support voter participation in the 2020 General Election.— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) September 4, 2020
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“With our facilities in Oakland, San Francisco and Santa Cruz all being utilized to support the 2020 Election process, this ranks as our most critical three-pointer of the year," Warriors president and chief operating officer Rick Welts said in a statement. “For our democracy to work, we all need to exercise our right to vote, and activating all three of these locations will help expand that opportunity for many Bay Area residents.”
Here are the details for each location:
The Oakland Facility, home to Generation Thrive and @GSWAcademy, will activate as a polling site and ballot drop-off beginning on Saturday, October 31.— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) September 4, 2020
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Kaiser Permanente Arena, home of the @GLeagueWarriors, will serve as a polling site and ballot drop-off location for Santa Cruz County voters beginning on Saturday, October 31.— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) September 4, 2020
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Please take advantage of this initiative and submit your ballot on time. Also, visit registertovote.ca.gov if you have any questions about your status.
The 2020 general election holds monumental importance for the present and future of both the United States and the entire world.