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ELECTION ACTION CENTER

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Until the Deadline to Vote!
Make sure the things you care about are represented on the County Board of Supervisors.

MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE

Register to Vote

You have until Oct 19th to register online or you can register at the Registrar of Voters 14 days prior to and including Election Day (Nov 3rd). You can also register to vote and vote on Election Day at your polling place.

Check Your Registration Status

Are you registered to vote? If you're not sure, you can check online. You can also update your voter registration to make sure your address and language preference is correct.

Vote EARLY by Mail

Voting by mail is safer, you avoid the crowds and lines on Nov 3rd, and the earlier you submit your ballot, the more certain you can be that your vote will be counted. Either put your ballot in the mail postmarked by Nov 3rd or drop it off at one of 125 ballot drop sites starting Oct 6th. Ballot drop-off sites are open 7 days a week, but hours may vary. Click below to find a ballot drop-off location near you.

Vote at the Registrar of Voters

Everything you need to vote can be done at the Registrar of Voters. You can vote in person at the Registrar of Voters (5600 Overland Avenue San Diego, CA, 92123) Mon-Fri from 8am-5pm starting Oct 5th until Nov 3rd if you need to register to vote after Oct 19th or if you require special assistance. Physical distancing and masks are required.

Track Your Ballot

After you vote by mail, you can easily track when your mail ballot is mailed, received, and counted.

Plan Ahead

Get your sample ballot to learn more about what's on the ballot this election.

Vote in Person

If you don't mail your ballot, you can vote at your local polling place from Oct 31st to Nov 2nd from 8am-5pm and on Nov 3rd from 7am-8pm.

THE INVEST IN SAN DIEGO FAMILIES (ISDF) COALITION INVITES YOU TO LEARN MORE ABOUT:

THE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

WHICH SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICTS HAVE
ELECTIONS THIS YEAR?

CPI does not support or oppose any candidate for elected office.

WHAT DO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DO?

HOW DOES THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SHAPE OUR LIVES?

The Board of Supervisors manages the County budget and makes budget and policy decisions that affect our everyday lives. The Board of Supervisors has power over worker protections, benefits for immigrants, mental health services, housing and much more. 

Jobs

The County of San Diego is among the top 5 employers in the region. It has the power to set wages and job standards.

Youth

The County manages services such as foster care, adoption, youth programs and housing.

Housing & Land Use

The County manages housing assistance such as Section 8 vouchers, and certain affordable housing projects. The County also manages maintenance of certain parks, recreation programs, and the county library system.

Immigration

The Board of Supervisors has the power to provide programs & services to immigrants that are excluded from state and federal programs.

Policing & Incarceration

The Board of Supervisors is separate from the Sheriff and District Attorney, (which are elected positions) however, the Board of Supervisors shapes the laws and policies of the county. It also shapes the size of the sheriff's and district attorney's budgets.

Public Health

The Board of Supervisors manages food assistance like CalFresh, county mental health services and enrollment in Medi-Cal and CalWorks.

PLEDGE TO VOTE

MY VOTE COUNTS

5 County Supervisors get to decide how to spend over $6 billion dollars of public funds each year.

This election, we have the chance to elect 3 of the 5 Supervisors. Will you vote?

PLEDGE TO VOTE

MY VOTE COUNTS

5 County Supervisors get to decide how to spend over $6 billion dollars of public funds each year.

This election, we have the chance to elect 3 of the 5 Supervisors. Will you vote?