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General Election Voter Pamphlets Are in the Mail and Early Voting Begins Monday


Voter information pamphlets
Voter information pamphlets. Courtesy County News Center

Voter information pamphlets for the Nov. 8 general election are on their way to San Diego County’s 1.9 million registered voters.

If your voter registration is up to date, the Registrar of Voters office says you should receive the pamphlet by Friday.

The pamphlet includes a sample of your official mail ballot, which will start going out to voters on Saturday.

Early voting at the registrar’s office in Kearny Mesa begins Monday, and drop boxes for mail ballots will open across the county.

If you want to cast your ballot in person, select vote centers will open daily beginning Oct. 29, and all will be open Nov. 5 to 8.

If you aren’t registered to vote, the deadline to do so is Oct. 24.

More information about voting in the Nov. 8 election is available online.


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