Plans include a new voting center outside city hall. She will be joined by State Senator Scott Wiener and Department of Elections Director John Arntz.
So many have given so much to ensure we all have the right to vote, so let’s do our part by voting this November. To make sure everyone has a safe & accessible place to cast their ballot, we created an outdoor Voting Center at City Hall & are adapting neighborhood polling places. pic.twitter.com/cv8jtfhJhU— London Breed (@LondonBreed) October 1, 2020
Breed also tweeted that this year every vote will be casted through a mailed ballot. Voters can fill out their ballots and drop it off at one San Francisco's polling locations.
While San Francisco has had mail-in voting for years, this year every registered voter will be mailed a ballot. You can fill it out & mail it or drop it off at one of our polling centers. Whatever you choose, make your plan now to ensure your ballot gets in on time & is counted.— London Breed (@LondonBreed) October 1, 2020
Go to https://t.co/eGPBnReQdD to review your registration info, find your polling place, track your ballot, & more. You can register now online at https://t.co/La2gqAX3t3 or at our Voting Center starting Oct. 5.— London Breed (@LondonBreed) October 1, 2020
For more information on voting registration and polling drop-off centers, you can visit the county website here.