Voter pamphlets sent this week for District Four special primary election

By County of San Diego

San Diego, CA–Voter information pamphlets were sent to nearly 400,000 registered voters in the Fourth Supervisorial District for the Aug. 15 special primary election.

If voters’ registration is up to date, the Registrar of Voters office says voters should receive the pamphlet by July 17.

The pamphlet contains important election information such as voting options, election deadlines, candidate statements, and other important information. It also includes a sample of their official ballot. Voters may use the sample ballot to practice making their selection before marking their ballot.

Registered voters in District 4 will receive a ballot in the mail the week of July 16. The official ballot packet will also include an “I Voted” sticker, voting instructions, and other important election information. Voters can find a list of ballot drop box and vote center locations inside their voter information pamphlet. They can also view their pamphlet online by selecting this option, and will no longer receive a paper copy in the mail but will get an email notification when the pamphlet becomes available online.

For more information on District 4 special primary election, visit, or call (858) 565-5800 or toll-free at (800) 696-0136.

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