Registered San Diegans voting in the Presidential General Election this November will get a two-card ballot for this first time.
County officials are making the change because of the large number of state and local propositions on the ballot come this Nov. 8.
The ballot will also include the presidential election, U.S. Senate and House of Representatives elections and the California Legislature election, in addition to the propositions.
Because of the length of the ballot and the expected high turnout, the San Diego County Registrar of Voters is urging residents to plan ahead to save time at the polls.
One way to do so is to vote by mail. You can sing up to be a permanent mail ballot voter by clicking here. You will need 67 cents in postage because of the weight of the two-card ballot.
Another way to save time for voters heading to the poll is to mark your selections on a sample ballot pamphlet before going to the polls.
On Nov. 8, polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. To find your polling place, use the County's polling place locator online by clicking here.