Have You Mailed Your Absentee Ballot?

November 1, 2011

Data just released by the San Francisco Department of Elections indicates that only 17.5% of absentee ballots issued in San Francisco have been returned. With just seven days to go, a total of 36,561 ballots have been returned – meaning an overall voter turnout of just 7.8% so far.

Come on folks – we can’t Reset San Francisco if we don’t vote in the November 8 election. If you have an absentee ballot – today is a good day to drop it into your mailbox.

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If you are an Election Day voter in San Francisco – PLEASE DON’T FORGET TO VOTE NOVEMBER 8! The polls are open from 7am in the morning until 8pm at night. You can look up your polling place here.

According to the San Francisco Department of Elections, today – November 1 – is the last day to request a vote-by-mail ballot to vote in next week's election. Applications must be received by the Department of Elections by 5:00 pm tonight. Postmarks are not accepted. You can download the vote by mail application online by clicking here. If you have any additional questions, you can call the Department of Elections at 415-554-4375 or send them an e-mail. At Reset we don’t care how you vote – absentee ballot, early voting, by mail or at your polling place – just vote!

 

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Nick Vojdani's picture

Don't Forget to PHIL that ballot!

Just want to make my pitch to the Reset community to vote for Phil Ting for mayor. Turnout has been low thus far, let's drive it up for Phil!

Our city government can and should be better. Phil Ting has shown us that with Reset San Francisco. It doesn't take much, just vision, forward thinking and the belief that there is no reason for San Francisco city government to be anything but as innovative as the people of San Francisco.

So don't forget to PHIL that ballot and vote for Phil Ting for mayor!

Paid for by Phil Ting for Assembly 2012. FPPC ID# 1343137