Voting Early Is Best, But Postmarks DO Still Count

If you’re a mail-in voter who hasn’t yet mailed your ballot, you can do so up to the day of the election. There was a mistake with printing of the SLO County ballot return envelopes that said the postmark does not count, but state law requires that all ballots postmarked on or before the election day and received within 3 days of the election will be counted.

To help keep our elections running smoothly, voters are encouraged to mail in sooner than later, but we also want to make sure that every vote is counted – so if you haven’t yet returned your ballot: fill in that bubble for Adam Hill and put it in the mail today! 🙂