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What Issues Matter to You in the 2016 Election?

Reporters from four California public media newsrooms—KPBS, KPCC in Pasadena, KQED in San Francisco, and Capital Public Radio in Sacramento—are teaming up this election year to ask why some people don’t cast their ballots and why others make it a priority. The project is called California Counts. To start the California Counts project, the stations asked voters what issues are most important to them this election. People wrote the issues on their hands or held up signs with the issues, and posted them on Twitter using the hashtags #CACounts and #whatsmyissue. See some of their responses here.

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