Welcome to Our Power Now
The upcoming special election for District 4 of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, which includes parts of San Diego, Lemon Grove and La Mesa, as well as unincorporated areas east of these cities, will have a long-lasting impact on our entire region. San Diego County residents have the right to elected representation that reflects and acts on our shared values of equity, inclusion and justice.
Help us show Our Power Now to ensure that District 4 residents are accurately represented in the special election on Tuesday, August 15! Be sure to vote – to confirm what district you are in, check this link. Join us in our outreach by signing up here to help us get people to the polls.
VOTE. If You Are a Resident of the Fourth Supervisorial District and Eligible to Vote
- Be sure you are currently registered to vote. If not, register by Monday, July 31 to vote in the August special election.
- If you miss the July 31 deadline, you can still cast your ballot with conditional voter registration – you can find more information here.
- If you are currently registered, you can cast your vote to elect your next county supervisor now! You should receive your ballot via mail shortly, and there are several ways you can vote prior to election day.
- Mail - Upon receiving your ballot, you have the option to vote by mail, as soon as it arrives. Simply complete your ballot, sign and date it, then mail it back - no postage required. If you choose to mail your ballot, it must be postmarked on or before August 15 to be counted. See more here.
- Drop Box - Now through August 15, drop your completed ballot off into any of the official ballot drop boxes. There are 29 of these boxes conveniently located throughout District 4. See locations here.
- In Person - Vote early in person. From Saturday, August 5 through Monday, August 14, seven vote centers across the district will be open for in-person voting from 8am to 5pm. See locations here.
- Tuesday, August 15 is Election Day. You can vote in-person at any of the 14 vote centers, which will be open from 7am to 8pm. Alternatively, you can drop your completed ballot into a ballot drop box before 8pm on election day. All polling locations can be found here, and your closest polling location is listed on the sample ballot and mail-in ballot you will receive or have already received.
- Sign up to participate in our weekly phone banks and other voter outreach activities.
- Pledge to vote and/or ask your friends in District 4 to take this pledge.
SPREAD THE WORD.
- Share ACLU-SDIC’s voting information during these next few weeks and make sure our communities are informed, engaged and represented. Be sure to include the hashtags #ACLUsquad, #DemocracyIsPriceless and #OurPowerNow when sharing on social media.