California: What’s your top concern post-election?

First time voter Rocio Rodriguez points to her
First time voter Rocio Rodriguez points to her "I Voted" sticker after casting a ballot at a polling station in Cudahy, California on June 7, 2016. / AFP / FREDERIC J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

KPCC partnered with newsrooms across California for special election coverage this year. The California Counts collaboration brought together not only KPCC, KQED, KPBS and Capital Public Radio but also the insights of community members like you. 

Over the course of the election season, we heard from hundreds of Californians about the issues that matter most to them, what they wanted candidates to address and what was inspiring them to vote. These insights informed the coverage that our newsrooms provided.
Now that the election has passed, we’re once again turning to you. What concerns you now that the election is over?
We read every response, and they all help contribute to our post-election coverage. Responses are confidential. If you're willing to go public with your responses, however, look for the permission button below and click “yes."