The June 7 Gubernatorial Primary Election is right around the corner and San Diego County voters do not have to wait until Election Day to submit their ballots.
In this election, you will have the option to vote in person or vote by mail.
Here's what to know:
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How to Vote in Person in San Diego County
Vote Centers, which replace the typical "polling locations," are already open in San Diego County. San Diego County voters can vote at 39 vote centers starting May 28 and at another 179 locations starting June 4 and through Election Day on June 7, 2022.
At any vote center, you can drop off your pre-filled out ballot or vote in person, either with your mail-in ballot or by using an electronic ballot marking device there.
The centers are located around the county and will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., including Memorial Day. On Election Day, the voting hours will change from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
To find one near you, explore the map:
Those who are not registered to vote but wish to in the Primary Election can still do so through Election Day. They'll just need to conditionally register and use a provisional ballot at the Registrar's office in Kearny Mesa or at any vote center.
Vote center services include:
- ADA accessible ballot marking devices
- Language assistance and voting materials in the County’s four federally covered languages:
- Voter registration or registration updates with the ability to vote on the same day
- Voting in person if you made a mistake on or lost your mail ballot
How to Vote By Mail in San Diego County
County Registrar Cynthia Paes also wants to remind voters that mail-in ballots are safe and secure.
Drop off your completed ballot at any blue USPS mailbox or at one of the Ballot Drop Box locations from May 9 to Jue 6 (be sure to check hours first), or at any Vote Center location from May 28 to June 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Election Day, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.