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Tips for voters on election day

Contributed by County Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong Return of vote-by-mail ballots on Election Day Make sure the identification envelope is signed before you return the ballot. […]Full Article

California citizens can register to vote on election day

–Recent legislation allows California citizens to register to vote as late as Election Day. The San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorder’s Office in San Luis […]Full Article

Conditional Voter Registration still available

Contributed by County Clerk Recorder Tommy Gong In prior elections, voters who missed the 15-day close of registration deadline were not qualified to vote in […]Full Article

San Luis Obispo to ‘March on the Polls’ Saturday

–San Luis Obispo is joining nationwide efforts to increase midterm election voter turnout. Groups across the U.S. are holding “March on the Poll” events this […]Full Article

Debbie Arnold participates in White House conference

–Supervisor Debbie Arnold returned this week from Washington D.C. where she participated in the White House State Leadership Day Conference. Arnold was included in a […]Full Article

Public invited to Measure G forum

–Yes on Measure G will host a public forum on Monday, Oct. 29, from 7 – 8:30 p.m. at the Atascadero Holiday Inn at 9010 […]Full Article

City Council election poll results

The Paso Robles Daily News asked readers this week who they are voting for in the Paso Robles City Council election. Over 100 readers participated […]Full Article

Letter: Are San Miguel CSD candidates who they say they are?

To the editor, With the election only a few weeks away, it’s more important than ever to know who you’re voting for. In San Miguel, […]Full Article

Chris Scalia speaks at Republican Women’s Federation meeting

–Chris Scalia spoke Monday to several hundred people attending a meeting of the Republican Women’s Federation of Paso Robles. Scalia is the son of the […]Full Article

Your guide to the San Miguel School Board Candidates

Learn a little more about the candidates running for School Board —This November, San Miguel Joint Union School District will be voting on school board […]Full Article