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STOP 2700 SLOAT 


~  GET OUT & VOTE MARCH 5, 2024  ~















SON-SF ~ Save Our Neighborhoods SF does NOT endorse any of the Candidates, Propositions Etc.  

Sure your mailbox has been full of mailers regarding who to vote for, but no matter what your beliefs or
political 
affiliations, please VOTE!

Even though it may be tedious, we also suggest that you read anything & everything carefully & thoroughly about the Candidates, Propositions Etc., as well as reading the Pros & Cons in the Official Voter Booklet 
to make an informed vote & not voting by sound bite.

Candidates Information: https://voterguide.sfelections.org/candidate-information

Local Ballot Measures:

https://voterguide.sfelections.org/local-ballot-measures

Happy Voting on Tuesday, March 5th!!
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* If you aren't Registered in SF yet to Vote, do so ASAP:
https://www.sf.gov/departments/department-elections
OR
Use the State of 
California Site:
https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/vote-registration


*Important Dates for Registration

  • February 5
    The voting period begins with ballot mailing and the opening of the City Hall Voting Center for registration and voting services. 37 official ballot drop boxes are open in neighborhoods across San Francisco. Accessible Vote-by-Mail (AVBM) portal is open at sfelections.org/access.

  • February 20
    Last day to register to vote or update registration in time to receive a ballot by mail. After this date, eligible residents can still register, update registration, and vote in person at the City Hall Voting Center or a polling place.

  • February 24 – 25 and March 2 – 3
    The City Hall Voting Center is open on the two weekends before Election Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Election Day, March 5
    The City Hall Voting Center and 501 neighborhood polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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