Take CalBike’s Survey About California’s June Primary

California needs elected representatives that understand the importance of stress-free, connected bikeways. Photo: Joe Linton/Streetsblog LA

The California Bicycle Coalition is in the process of planning candidate endorsements in the 35 state races that are up for election in the June 7th California primary. CalBike knows that it is crucial to elect representatives who understand the importance of strong complete streets policies and of building good low-stress bike networks for everyone to use.

To help it formulate an endorsement strategy, CalBike is looking for feedback on candidates and issues that matter to bicyclists in the state. Fill out the survey here—it takes about ten minutes, and asks about your affiliations and interests.

Who doesn’t want to share their opinions?

While you’re at it, if you’re not registered or you’ve moved in the past year, register to vote.

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