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All voters can vote in the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election.  But did you know that your registered political party determines the Presidential candidates that appear on your ballot?

If you're registered to vote, you've likely received your Sample Ballot by now.  Page 6 of the Sample Ballot has a page titled, Guide to Party-Nominated Primary.

The main point is that if you're registered with a political party but want a ballot from a different party, you must re-register.  

To do so, go to www.registertovote.ca.gov and click on the "Register to Vote Now" button, or pick up a Voter Registration Card at City Hall, the Library, or Post Office.  The deadline to re-register online or by mail is midnight of Tuesday, February 18th.  

You may also re-register at any Vote Center through Election Day. 

Brisbane City Hall's Council Chambers will be transformed into a County Vote Center starting Saturday, February 29th through Monday, March 2nd (9am-5pm) and Election Day, Tuesday, March 3rd (7am-8pm). 

A Ballot Drop Box is also available in the lobby of City Hall, where you'll be able to drop your mail-in ballot during City Hall's regular hours of operation - M, Tu, Th: 8-5, W: 8-8, F: 8-1.