Where to vote in San Diego
Today is the day that voters get their say in this midterm election. We’ve heard and seen the ads and it’s our turn to have a say. Voting is such an important part of the democratic process; the San Diego Entertainer magazine urges all San Diegans to vote today.
Not sure where to vote? Search for polling places by your registered address to find out where you should go.
The November 2010 ballot will include voting on many Federal, State, and Local positions and issues. As the poles close, check back for updates on these positions, inlcuding:
SECRETARY OF STATE
STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 3RD DISTRICT
UNITED STATES SENATOR
U.S. REP. 49TH DIST. through U.S. REP. 53RD DIST.
STATE SENATE-36TH DIST., 38TH DIST., 40TH DIST.
STATE ASSEMBLY-66TH DIST. AND 73RD-79TH
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES
PROP 19-Legalize-Regulate-Tax Marijuana Under Calif. Law
PROP 20-No Elected Reps on Congressional Redistricting Commission
PROP 21-Vehicle Fee to Fund State Parks and Wildlife Programs
PROP 22-Prohibits State from Keeping Specific Funds
PROP 23-Unemployment Rate to Affect Air Pollution Control Laws
PROP 24-Repeal of Recent Law to Lower Business Tax Liability
PROP 25-Simple Majority Required for State Budget
PROP 26-Certain State and Local Fees Require Two-Thirds
PROP 27-Eliminates Redistricting Commission
PROP A-SAN DIEGO COUNTY Ch. Amdmt. Fair-Open Competition
PROP B-CITY OF SAN DIEGO Ch. Amdmt. Dep. City Atty Positions
PROP C-CITY OF SAN DIEGO Pacific Highlands Ranch Development
PROP D-CITY OF SAN DIEGO Temp. One-Half Cent Sales Tax
PROP G-CITY OF CARLSBAD Ch. Amdmt. Retirement Benefits
PROP H-CITY OF CHULA VISTA Telecommunications Users Tax
PROP J-SAN DIEGO UNIFIED Temp. Emer. Tax (Req. Two-Thirds)
PROP K-SAN MARCOS UNIFIED $287M School Bond (Req. 55%)
PROP L-JULIAN UNION HIGH $2.1M School Bond (Req. 55%)
PROP M-DEHESA SCHOOL $5.5M School Bond (Req. 55%)
PROP O-SOUTH BAY UNION SCH. Parcel Tax (Req. Two-Thirds)
PROP P-ENCINITAS UNION SCH. $44.2M School Bond (Req. 55%)
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