INTRODUCING THE LIMITED-EDITION, HAND-PRINTED VOTE MASK
Meet Kyla. She’s turning 18 in September and will show up to vote for California statewide measures and for the office of President for the first time in November 2020.
Young voters account for half the voting population. They are a powerful political force.
The VOTE MASK is 100% linen and machine washable, has a metal nose bridge, double elastic straps or heavy duty elastic ear loops, and a pocket for a reusable filter.
We are giving 10% of the Vote Mask and clothing sales to A New Way of Life Reentry Project during July.
VOTE FOR CHANGE
California is our home and where many of our customers reside, and the politics of our place (and yours) matter. It’s important to vote for President, but please don’t forget that there are 12 statewide measures Californians will vote on in the November 2020 election.
Vote YES on California Proposition 17.
GIVE PAROLEES BACK THEIR RIGHT TO VOTE
Parole begins upon release from prison, in advance of when the sentence ends. But the California Constitution removes the voting rights of a parolee until the time of parole has been completed.
This proposal, placed on the ballot by the California State Legislature, would remove that restriction and allow a person on parole to vote.