Beginning Monday, October 5, all San Diego voters will receive a ballot in the mail.

Vote YES on Measure B, fill out the entirety of your ballot, seal your ballot inside the provided envelope, and sign and date the back. You must do this for your vote to count.

To return your ballot by mail, send it back as soon as possible to ensure it is postmarked by November 3 (Election Day). No stamps needed!

To use a ballot drop-off location, go to this locator tool to find one nearest you. From October 6 to November 2, ballot drop-off locations will be open during regular business hours. On Election Day, all locations will be open 7am-8pm.

To vote in person, you can find your polling location here. The Registrar of Voters will be open for early voting beginning October 5 at 8am. Make sure to bring your mask and practice social distancing.

To get more information about your ballot and how to vote, go to SDVOTE.ORG

Paid for by San Diegans for Justice in Support of Measure B