HOW TO CHECK YOUR INFORMATION?
1. Go to the Registrar of Voters website at http://www.sdvote.com
2. Click on "Check Your Voter Registration"
3. You will then put in your voter information (house number, date of birth, zip code)
4. Your voting status will be listed (date, where and/or which method you used to vote)
WHAT TO CHECK FOR?
If you DO NOT see your polling station listed
OR your mail ballot is NOT showing as received,
THEN YOU MUSTcall and email the Registrar of Voters.
Dial 858-505-7202; Leave a message, it will be routed to the correct party
Send to ROVmail@sdcounty.ca.gov - include details of where, when and which method you used
If you sent in a mail ballot AND see NO SIGNATURE,
you should have been sent a letter from the Registrar of Voters to come in and sign it. If you didn't, please go to the Registrar of Voters office to sign it ASAP (by Mar 1).
Those who recently mailed in their ballot AND forgot to sign their mail-in ballot are being contacted by the Registrar of Voters; you will need to go to the Registrar of Voters office ASAP (by Mar 1) to get it signed for it to be counted.
If your vote is challenged, the reason will be indicated on your voter record.
VOTING PROCESS and UPDATE
Our volunteers are observing the mail-in and provisional vote counting at the ROV. We are volunteering around the clock.
What we know: There are 7100 Mail-In Ballots & Provisionals.
The ROV will be releasing the tallies via the schedule below:
By 5 p.m., Thursday, February 25th
By 5 p.m., Friday, February 26th
By 5 p.m., Monday, February 29th
You can check the status of the voting count here
Any ballots that were mailed on or by Feb 23 have until Friday, Feb 26 to be received by the Registrar of Voters.
We believe 167 of those additional mail-ins have been received, and there should be more.
Citizens for North County
Citizens for North County, No on Measure A With Major Funding by Westfield, LLC * ID# 1380112.