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Templeton Community Services District special election ballots mailed 

–The Official Ballots and Voter Information Guides for the Templeton Community Services District Special Election were mailed to voters on Monday, July 29. This election to be held on Aug. 27, 2019, involves a tax measure involving the district’s local fire protection and emergency response. This election is being conducted entirely by mail, so all voters residing within the district and registered as of Friday, July 19 will receive ballots in the initial mailing of 4,671 ballots this week. If voters have not received their ballot by the following week, they are urged to contact the Clerk-Recorder office. If a voter missed the deadline for the initial mailing, they can register to vote in the election until Monday, Aug. 12 and still receive a ballot.

Paper registration forms are available throughout San Luis Obispo County at the following locations: Post Offices, City Halls, libraries, banks, notary offices, utility companies, DMV and the County Clerk-Recorder’s office in San Luis Obispo and Atascadero. Voters can also use the California online voter registration system available at www.slovote.com to register.

To be eligible to register to vote a person must be:
1. A United States Citizen
2. 18 years old on or before Election Day
3. Not be in prison or on parole for a felony conviction

Voters will be able to return their voted ballots in their issued postage paid envelopes via the USPS mail. In addition, to assist the county in saving postage costs, voters can return directly to the County Clerk-Recorder offices located in San Luis Obispo and Atascadero. Any person with questions about registering to vote or any election issue may contact the County Clerk-Recorder, Elections Division at (805) 781-5228.



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