Almost 600,000 ballots are on their solution to registered voters within the Fourth Supervisorial District, Metropolis of Chula Vista, Fallbrook Public Utility District and Rainbow Municipal Water District for the Nov. 7 particular election, the county registrar’s workplace introduced Monday.
Voters ought to obtain their ballots this week, together with an “I Voted” sticker contained in the official poll packet.
Solely the voters who reside in every of these districts can vote of their respective elections.
Voters had been suggested to go to sdvote.com to test if they’re eligible for the next elections:
— The particular runoff election for the Fourth Supervisorial District will fill Nathan Fletcher’s vacant seat for the rest of the present time period ending in January 2027;
— The particular election for the Metropolis of Chula Vista will fill the vacant seat for metropolis legal professional for the rest of the present time period ending in December 2026 following the 2022 election of the deceased Simon Silva; and
— Voters who reside within the Fallbrook Public Utility District and Rainbow Municipal Water District will vote on a poll measure to detach from the San Diego County Water Authority — a vote which could possibly be rendered moot by machinations in Sacramento.
Early voting started Monday on the Registrar of Voters workplace in Kearny Mesa. Hours run from 8 a.m. to five p.m. Monday by way of Friday.
Based on the registrar’s workplace, voters can forged ballots from residence by way of the mail — no postage wanted — or to any of the its official poll drop containers within the particular districts beginning Tuesday by way of the ultimate day of voting Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Extra choices to vote in particular person begin Oct. 28. Voters can use any vote heart across the county. Choose vote facilities will probably be open each day from 8 a.m. to five p.m. till the ultimate day of voting, Tuesday, Nov. 7, when all vote facilities will probably be open from 7 a.m. to eight p.m.
Voters can discover an official poll drop field or vote heart close to them contained in the voter info pamphlet, or wanting it up on-line at sdvote.com.
— Metropolis Information Service