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By Tracy DeFore
San Diego County Communications Office 

Nonpartisan voters who want to vote for president: what you need to know

 

Last updated 1/2/2020 at 7:23am



Calling all nonpartisan registered voters! If they vote by mail and want to vote for president, nonpartisan voters need to inform the Registrar of Voters which mail ballot they want by Jan. 6. Otherwise, the nonpartisan mail ballot will not show any presidential candidates.

Several weeks ago, the registrar sent the county’s nearly 350,000 nonpartisan mail ballot voters a pre-paid return postcard requesting their selection of ballot options for the March 3 primary election. If a voter is registered nonpartisan and just signed up to become a mail ballot voter, they can expect a postcard ou...



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