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The Kevin Faulconer, David Alvarez election ticket stands up to the public vote until 8 pm Tuesday, February 11th. Polls open at 7 am.

San Diegans can fill the candidate oval, and, do their civic work on settling the local who takes the mayor's seat, at their neighborhood polling place, or, at the new Registrar of Voters office at 5600 Overland Avenue in the County Operations Complex in Kearny Mesa. The new office opened in December. Voters get together to hand in the election ballots taken at the voting polls, or, a San Diegan can drop off a mail-in ballot. Both the polling places and the REgistrar's office take the mail-in ballots during voting hours.

Any voter can look over the candidate choices on a sample ballot online.

Polling places are printed on the back of the sample ballot mailed to voters. Or, the voter information pamphlet. Every citizen gets a guaranteed vote. DO not know the polling location? Look your polling place up online at the REgistrar's website.

Voters can find voter information inside the doors at the new office in English, and, in Spanish, Filipino, Vietnamese, and CHinese.

The Overland Drive Registrar's office run by REegistrar Michael Vu stays open until the polls close at 8 pm. Do not go to the old location at 5201 Ruffin Road to vote or pick up information. The office shut down last December and was demolished during late January and early February.

This is a Center Line Policy Alert.

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