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Law and Comics 2018 Special Guest Stu Rees

By Kelly on June 07, 2018//Leave a comment

The Law Library is proud to have Stu Rees as a guest for Law & Comics in 2018. This is his eighth appearance at Law & Comics. He is a local entertainment lawyer who represents visual artists. Notably, Stu represents hundreds of cartoonists in their negotiations with major newspaper comic strip syndicates, and more than 400…

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Some Improvements for North County Branch

By Kelly on June 07, 2018//Leave a comment

The month of May has seen the installation of a brand new HVAC system at our North County branch.  The previous system was decades old, had mechanical issues, and was no longer efficient. Now, patrons can enjoy cool, fresh air in the summer and warm air in the winter months.   Also, we ordered new…

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Statewide Primary Election is Tomorrow

By Cheryl on June 04, 2018//Leave a comment

The June 5 California statewide Primary Election is tomorrow! There are several options to cast your vote.   If you are voting by mail, your ballot must be received by the Registrar of Voters office no later than 8PM on Election Day, or your return envelope must be postmarked on or before Election Day and…

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Statewide Primary Election is June 5

By Cheryl on June 01, 2018//Leave a comment

The June 5 California statewide Primary Election is only four days away. There are several options to cast your vote.   If you are voting by mail, your ballot must be received by the Registrar of Voters office no later than 8PM on Election Day, or your return envelope must be postmarked on or before…

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Get Out the Vote Countdown: Primary Election is in 5 Days

By Cheryl on May 31, 2018//Leave a comment

The June 5 Primary Election is in five days.  Click here to view your Sample Ballot online.   In-person voting hours at the Registrar of Voters office are Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and on Election Day 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.  The office is located at 5600 Overland Ave, San Diego, CA 92123….

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California Primary Election Today June 5

By Kelly on May 31, 2018//Leave a comment

This is your reminder to vote TODAY, June 5, because your vote matters.   First, California’s nonpartisan blanket or “jungle” primary passes the two candidates with the top vote totals to the November election, regardless of party. Several offices have more than 10 candidates from at least one party running so 1 vote can make…

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Two More Weeks to Donate Socks to Support Vets

By Kelly on May 31, 2018//Leave a comment

We are proud to be an official drop-off location for Socks for Stand Down 2018! We will be collecting new, unused socks through June 18 to be donated to Stand Down San Diego.  You can drop off items at our Downtown or North County branches. Socks for Stand Down was started in 2015 by Senator…

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7 Days to June 5 Primary Election

By Cheryl on May 29, 2018//Leave a comment

Today is the last day to request a mail ballot.  Requests must be received by 5 pm.   Early  voting for the June 5 Primary Election  has already begun. Voters may vote in person at the San Diego Registrar of Voters Office, 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. In person voting hours on…

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Countdown to June 5 Statewide Primary Election

By Cheryl on May 26, 2018//Leave a comment

The California Statewide Primary Election is Tuesday, June 5. Visit the Secretary of State website for information on propositions and candidates. Tuesday, May 29, is the last day to request a mail ballot.  Requests for mail ballots must be received by the Registrar of Voters Office by 5pm. Click here to request a mail ballot…

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Remember to Vote Next Tuesday June 5

By Kelly on May 25, 2018//Leave a comment

California’s Primary Election is June 5 and your vote matters.   First, California’s nonpartisan blanket or “jungle” primary passes the two candidates with the top vote totals to the November election, regardless of party. Several offices have more than 10 candidates from at least one party running so 1 vote can make a big difference….

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