SAN DIEGO, Nov. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Independent Voter Project's (IVP) mission is to ensure that our electoral decisions are made when the most people participate. As part of that mission, IVP publishes IVN.us, in partnership with the Foundation for Independent Voter Education (FIVE), to educate voters about their nonpartisan voting rights. This year, City of San Diego voters have a record number of state and local ballot measures, with many important reform issues found on two separate, two-sided ballot cards -- this unique situation may confuse or discourage voters from making their voices heard on many propositions and measures. IVP, FIVE, and IVN.us have produced the following Public Service Announcement (PSA) video to encourage voters to "go all the way," by filling out both ballot cards, front and back. You can find the Video PSA version, which is free for download and broadcast use, by clicking here: https://vimeo.com/189987546 You can find the Audio PSA version, which is free for download and broadcast use, by clicking here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0By9YcVrc5LuMZ3c1MlFaOTlBX0U/view?usp=sharingVideo Script:Voters.Did you know?There are two ballot cards this election.Cards A and B.Both ballot cards are two sided.So when you're done voting for president on card A.Don't forget to fill out ballot card B.Ballot Card B includes important local reform issues that affect your everyday life.So...don't quit your ballot halfway through.Go all the way. 2 ballots. A & B. Front and back.A message from IVN, the Independent Voter Project and the Foundation for Independent Voter Education.