SAN DIEGO — Other voting centers in San Diego County are gearing up to open Saturday for the upcoming primary elections in California, county officials said Thursday.
According to the county spokesperson, 179 additional voting centers will be available for residents on June 4 to take advantage of early voting, which began May 28 with the opening of 39 voting centers. Tracy DeFore. This will make a total of 218 centers open before the June 7 elections.
Voters can vote from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. until June 6 at all polling locations, by county. On Election Day, the same locations will be open but voting hours will change from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
What you can do in the voting centers:
- Vote in person or drop off a mail-in ballot
- Vote using an accessible ballot marking device
- Receive support and voting materials in multiple languages
- Register to vote or update your voter registration and vote the same day
Road closures may affect the following voting centers due to the San Diego Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon held June 4-5.
- San Diego City College (Building P, Flex Room)
- 1480 Park Boulevard, San Diego, 92101
- San Diego LGBT Community Center
- 3909 Center St., San Diego, 92103
- Spreckels Masonic Temple (dining room)
- 3858 Front Street, San Diego, 92103
- Patrick’s Catholic Parish (back room)
- 3585 30e Street, San Diego, 92104
If you do not wish to be in person to vote, county officials recommend that voters mark their ballot from home by: signing and dating the return envelope, sealing the completed ballot inside and referring to one of the officers of the Registrar ballot box locations Where voting centers.
Ballots can also be returned via the US Postal Service, as long as they are postmarked by June 7.
To find a polling station near you, Click here.
For more information on other local races in California’s June primary and voting tips, check out our 2022 election guide.
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