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Election Day in San Diego: Where to be, what to do

Tuesday June 5 is Election Day in CA. Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm PST.
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It’s Election Day in San Diego and that means registered voters will get a chance to participate in the Gubernatorial Primary Election starting at 7 am.

Sometimes knowing where to vote can be confusing so if you’re not sure where to be, click HERE and fill out the information, it will locate the nearest place for you.

Those who have not yet mailed in their absentee ballots can still do so as long as the postmark is stamped on or before June 5 and received by the Registrar of Voters no later than June 8. You can also drop them off at one of the many polling places around San Diego. Click HERE to find out where. 

The San Diego LGBT Community Center is also a polling place and you can drop them off there as well. 

Registrar of Voters office is located at 5600 Overland Avenue in Kearny Mesa.

According to ABC 10, voters will be using Premier TSX Voting System. Information about this can be found HERE.

If you missed the deadline to register to vote, thanks to a new law, you can still do so at the Registrar of Voters in person.

County officials stated:

“The votes will be counted after election officials verify the voter registration and confirm the voter has not yet voted elsewhere in the current election. The 2018 election cycle is the first time the new law is in effect for a statewide election. While voters who register past the deadline will not be able to vote at their traditional polling place, they will not lose their opportunity to cast their ballot.”

If you're looking for a list of statewide candidates running for office click HERE.

Polls will close on Election Day in California at 8 pm PST.