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California Youth Voters Rally to Shut Down the Recall Election Stunt



Karina Martinez 

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California Youth Voters Rally to Shut Down the Recall Election Stunt 

The F*#K No to the Recall Rally aims to motivate younger voters to vote NO on the recall

Sacramento, CA –  Young California voters are stepping into the fight against the recall with the F*#k No to the Recall Rally MC’d by Drag Queen and LGBTQ+ rights advocate, Lil Miss Hot Mess. The rally was planned in response to findings from a statewide youth poll conducted in partnership with Courage California, Communities for a New California, and Data for Social Good. Voter motivation and turnout will be key to the recall election; among youth voters, only 43% responded that they are interested in the recall. 

The rally will focus on explaining how a recall election works and speakers will discuss what’s at stake for California families, from climate action and environmental action, workers’ rights, housing protections, COVID-19 and health justice, to criminal justice reform and voting rights.  Speakers will lead with an indigenous land acknowledgment.

WHO: California youth alongside Drag Queen and LGBTQ+ rights advocate  Lil Miss Hot Mess and grassroots organizations including cohosts Black Women for Wellness Action Project, Chispa, Communities for a New California Action Fund, Inland Empire United, and Courage CA. Special appearance from Assemblymember Alex Lee from the 25th assembly district, youngest and first openly bisexual state legislator, and he’s a champion on housing, homelessness, education, and climate change. 

WHAT: California youth are gathering virtually to urge ‘No’ votes in the recall election to protect California families from a conservative administration

WHEN: Thursday, August 26, 6-7 pm

WHERE: Register for the virtual rally here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAtc-yvpjsrEtNMYXqeVnjazzBO_2xCzXFf


Communities for a New California Action Fund is building a new power in the San Joaquin, Central and Imperial valleys by inspiring working-class Californians to engage, activate and fight for social change in their communities. With the help of staff and volunteers from the very communities we serve, CNC AF organizes and educates residents about policy issues that impact our rural families and organize to improve our neighborhoods.