SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The deadline to register for the June 5 primary election is a week from Monday, the San Diego County registrar reminded residents.
Prospective voters can register at sdvote.com. Those unsure of their registration status can check it at the same website.
"If you've recently moved or changed your name, you'll need to fill out a new registration form," Registrar Michael Vu said. "If you go online, the process is quick, easy and convenient."
Those without computer access can find registration forms at the Registrar of Voters office at 5600 Overland Ave., or at any public library, post office or DMV office.
The deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot, meanwhile, is May 29.
San Diegans will cast primary ballots for four City Council seats, while San Diego County has two supervisor seats up for grabs, and voters will also choose a sheriff, treasurer, assessor and district attorney.
The ballot also includes state legislative races, as well as contests for House of Representatives and Senate seats. An array of challengers are vying for the chance to replace termed-out Gov. Jerry Brown, with the race likely heading to a runoff on Nov. 8.
San Diego Fire-Rescue later this year will add to its fleet a new helicopter designed to help find and extinguish wildfires quicker, perform rescue missions and deliver initial medical care.
One person was killed Tuesday in a single-car rollover crash on Interstate 8 near El Cajon, authorities said.
Only two days before preview night at Comic-Con kicks off and the streets of downtown San Diego on Monday night were being transformed in Comic-Con fever.
After last week's Build-A-Bear "Pay Your Age" sale fail, the company has announced you can still get the age deal (sort of) with its birthday-month "Count Your Candles" program.
IHOP has gotten over its identity crisis and is going right to a promotion that puts the spotlight on the flapjacks that made it famous.
Moisture levels will increase through Wednesday. Thunderstorms chances are elevated throughout San Diego County Wednesday and Thursday.
The San Diego City Council on Monday rejected Mayor Kevin Faulconer's plan regarding short term vacation rentals, but in a 6 to 3 vote approved City Councilwoman Barbara Bry's regulations plan.