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Vote With Pride 2024

On March 5th, 2024 our primary election arrives. Ballots will be mailed out starting February 5th for all registered voters. If you have moved or need to update your registration, February 20th is the deadline to update your registration. To vote past the Feb. 20th deadline, you can cast a provisional ballot in person at a vote center (which are open February 5th through March 5th), see link below for voting locations.

The primary election determines who goes on to be the candidate for the general election on November 5th 2024 (with the exception of Superior Court Judges). If one Superior Court Judge candidate receives over 50% of the votes casted, that candidate will win. All other elections will move candidates forward to the general election in November. It is important that we can count on you to make your voice heard in this election. Every elected official should represent our communities, our values, and priorities. The only way we ensure that is by voting in every election. Help us Make History Now and commit to voting before March 5th.

Every registered voter will be receiving mail-in ballots the week of February 5th. You can vote by mail, drop of your mail-in ballot at drop-off locations, or you can vote in-person starting February 24th.

Ballot Drop Box Locations Vote Center Locations
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Volunteer for Vote With Pride

Join San Diego Pride in our efforts to rally our community and engage voters to turn up for March 5th’s primary election. We will be calling, texting, and canvassing to reach as many people as possible to get their commitment to vote March 5th, 2024. It’s important for LGBTQ+ people and our allies to exercise our right to vote!

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Important Election Dates

What's On the Ballot?

President of the United States
Representatives in Congress – Districts 48-52
39th District U. S. Senator
City Attorney
City Council Districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 9,
Chula Vista – Council Districts 3 & 4
County Board of Supervisors- District 1, 2, & 3
State Assembly seats 74-80
Judge of the Superior Court- Office No.19
Judge of the Superior Court- Office No.38
Judge of the Superior Court- Office No.41
Judge of the Superior Court- Office No.43
County Board of Education- Districts 1,2 & 4
Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College- Areas 3 & 4
San Diego Community College- Districts & D
San Diego Unified School- Districts A, D, & E
Proposition 1: Behavioral Health Services Program and Bond Measure

View a sample ballot & learn about your candidates HERE : Personalized Ballot | VOTE411