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Rancho Santa Fe Library, Fire Station serve as ballot drop-off locations

Drop your signed, sealed and dated mail ballot at a secure drop-off location near you.
Drop your signed, sealed and dated mail ballot at a secure drop-off location near you.
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As mail ballots start showing up in mailboxes around San Diego County, the Registrar of Voters office is reminding voters that it’s safer to mark your ballot at home to avoid the risk of contracting COVID-19. More than 1.9 million mail ballots for the Nov. 3 Presidential General Election were sent out to registered voters earlier this week.

A mail ballot will arrive at your home— instructions and an “I Voted” sticker are included in the mail ballot packet.

Sign and date your envelope, seal your completed ballot inside and return it postage free to a trusted source. You can choose to return your ballot through the mail to one of 126 secure ballot drop-off locations throughout the county. Your ballot should include a list of the drop-off locations closest to you—locally the Rancho Santa Fe Library is a drop-off location as is the Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District station on 18027 Calle Ambiente, near Cielo and The Crosby Estates.

You can also track your ballot by signing up for the “Where’s My Ballot?” service. You will get notifications when the mail ballot is sent to you, when it arrives back at the Registrar’s office and when it’s counted.

To learn more about Vote Safer San Diego and voting in the Nov. 3 election, visit sdvote.com or call (858) 565-5800.


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