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In-Person Voting Begins in San Diego for California’s Gubernatorial Recall Election

Santi pollster during the 2020 general election.File photo by Chris Stone

Direct voting for the Governor of California’s Recall election began at 8 am on Saturday at 221 locations around San Diego County, with early voting added on Sundays and Mondays before the election day.

All locations throughout the county, and Voter registration agency Kearney Mesa’s office is open from 8 am to 5 pm until Tuesday.

On election days, polling stations and voter registrar hours will change from 7 am to 8 pm.

In this election, voters are not assigned to a single voting location, but can access and vote in any of the county voting locations.

All face-to-face voters in this election use ballot marking equipment. Voters use the touch screen to make selections. When finished, voters will print the official ballot of the paper of their choice. Voters can check the ballot, put it in the ballot box, and count on the registrar’s election night. This device does not store, aggregate, or count votes.

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