For those who many have missed the early voting days that the County's Registrar of Voters office provided last Thursday and Friday at VVC, the Registrar's office also provides this service from Monday through Friday through election day plus Saturday November 1.  According to the Registrar's website, the hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday November 1, 2008.  One of the benefits of voting early include shorter lines than many polling places.  You can elect to vote by mail in the future by selecting a check box on the early voting form, or you can select this option to vote by mail for future elections using the check box on the back cover of your sample ballot and mailing the card into the Registrar's office. 


If you misplaced your sample ballot and are uncertain where your polling place is, the Registrar's office provides an online service called: Polling Place Lookup.  You can enter your address and the system presents a map identifying your home and the location of the polling place.  Additionally, this online system presents a link with an electronic copy of your sample ballot to further assist the voter.


On election night, the Registrar's office presents election results for San Bernardino County offices on their website.  Another benefit for those who vote early is that the Registrar historically has presented early voting results on their website during the first posting of the evening which is typically between 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.  


Contact the Registrar of Voters office for more information or visit their website at http://www.sbcounty.gov/rov. 


Please vote in this historic election.