SAN DIEGO COUNTY – REGISTRAR OF VOTERS JUNE 8, 2010 CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR LOCAL PROPOSITIONS: COUNTY, SCHOOL AND SPECIAL DISTRICTS (CITIES: PLEASE CONTACT EACH CITY CLERK FOR DETAILS.) Unless stated otherwise, all section references are for the California Elections Code. DAYS BEFORE AN ELECTION DATE EVENT Registrar of Voters to receive resolution(s) requesting consolidation, services, etc. 88 March 12 Ballot text (limited to 75 words) must be included in the resolution. (10403; Education Code 5322) 88 March 12 Tax rate statement (if applicable) is due at Registrar of Voters Office. (9401) March 16 Registrar of Voters to publish a Notice of Argument Deadline. 82 (approx.) (9163, 9316, 9502) 78 March 22 Impartial analysis is due at Registrar of Voters Office. (9160, 9313, 9500) Arguments in favor of OR against the proposition are due at Registrar of Voters 76 March 24 Office. (9163, 9316, 9502) Registrar of Voters to “trade” direct arguments with author from each side for 75 March 25 preparation of rebuttals. (9167) 68 April 1 Rebuttal arguments due at Registrar of Voters Office. (9167, 9317, 9504) April 13 56 to 41 to Ballots typeset, proofed and printed. April 28 29 May 10 First day absentee/mail ballots are available. (3001) 15 May 24 Last day to register to vote in this election. (2102) 7 June 1 Last day to request an absentee/mail ballot through the mail. (3001) June 2 6 to 0 to In person at the Registrar of Voters Office. (3021) June 8 0 June 8 ELECTION DAY – Polls open from 7 am to 8 pm. DAYS AFTER THE ELECTION DATE EVENT Certified results available after the official canvass is completed. Major elections + 28 July 6 (Primary or General of an even year, for example) may require 28 days; stand- alone or smaller elections require much less time. (15300) “Public Review Period” deadlines are listed on a separate page. IMPORTANT NOTICE P UBLIC R EVIEW P ERIOD FOR THE J UNE 8, 2010 PRIMARY ELECTION State law provides for a 10-calendar-day “public review period” for all candidates’ ballot occupational designations, candidates’ statements of qualifications, ballot measure analyses, arguments, rebuttals and other materials before printing the Sample Ballot and Voter Information Pamphlet. The California Elections Code further defines this review period, with a distinct period for each document filed with the Registrar of Voters. During this period, any voter who believes any portion of these materials to be false, misleading or inconsistent with state law may seek a writ of mandate or injunction requiring any or all of the material to be amended or deleted. These periods are as follows: Ballot Occupational Designations for *Local Candidates March 15 to March 24: Candidates filed by March 12 March 18 to March 29: Candidates filed by March 17 (during the 5-day extension) Candidates’ Statements of Qualifications for *Local Offices March 15 to March 24: Statements filed by March 12 March 18 to March 29: Statements filed by March 17. (during the 5-day extension) County Counsel’s Impartial Analyses of Local Propositions March 23 to April 1 Analyses due by March 22 Ballot Arguments “in Favor of” or “Against” Local Propositions March 25 to April 5 Arguments due by March 24 Rebuttals to Ballot Arguments “in Favor of” or “Against” local propositions April 2 to April 12 Rebuttals due by April 1 * The following offices should contact the Secretary of State for deadlines: U.S. Senate, Congress, State Offices, State Senate and State Assembly NOTE: The dates for any of the General Law/Charter cities may be different. PLEASE CONTACT EACH CITY CLERK FOR DETAILS. All documents will be available for public review at the Registrar of Voters Office during regular business hours.
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