Vote-by-mail ballots were sent Monday to more than 80,000 residents, who represent more than 55 percent of San Luis Obispo County’s registered voters, according to county Clerk-Recorder Julie Rodewald.
Voters should begin receiving ballots Wednesday, along with a booklet containing candidate statements and arguments for and against local ballot measures.
If a voter is expecting a ballot and has not received it by Friday, Rodewald said, they should contact the elections office at 781-5228.
Voters also can track their ballot at http://clerk.slocounty.ca.gov/VoterStatus/.
The election is June 5.