The San Diego County Board of Supervisors Tuesday voted to permanently change the way San Diegans go to vote. Neighborhood polling places will be replaced with larger “vote centers” under a new election model the supervisors unanimously passed. “Voting centers are a one-stop shop,” San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher said. “They are open more days. They provide more services.” Authorized under the 2016 California Voter’s Choice Act, vote centers will offer voters multiple options, including in-person voting, ballot drop-off, voter registration and translation assistance at each location. Deborah Sullivan Brennan, The San Diego Union Tribune.
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