Tuesday, June 8 Is Election Day; Polls Open from 7am to 8pm

San Bernardino County, CA — The Statewide Direct Primary Election is tomorrow, June 8, and will allow San Bernardino County residents to vote for County Superintendent of Schools, Assessor, Treasurer/Tax Collector, District Attorney and Sheriff. Voters registered with one of California’s six qualified political parties will also have opportunity to vote for party candidates vying for partisan offices in the November General Election. If you are a voter who has “declined to state” a party affiliation, you can request a Democratic or Republican ballot at your polling place on Election Day. Polling places will be open from 7am to 8pm on Tuesday; to find the location of your polling place for the Statewide Direct Primary Election, see the back cover of your sample ballot or look it up on the website of the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters at sbcrov.com.

San Bernardino County, CA — The Statewide Direct Primary Election is tomorrow, June 8, and will allow San Bernardino County residents to vote for County Superintendent of Schools, Assessor, Treasurer/Tax Collector, District Attorney and Sheriff. Voters registered with one of California’s six qualified political parties will also have opportunity to vote for party candidates vying for partisan offices in the November General Election. If you are a voter who has “declined to state” a party affiliation, you can request a Democratic or Republican ballot at your polling place on Election Day. Polling places will be open from 7am to 8pm on Tuesday; to find the location of your polling place for the Statewide Direct Primary Election, see the back cover of your sample ballot or look it up on the website of the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters at sbcrov.com.

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