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Election postcards sent to voters in County District 4

The District 4 County Supervisor position became vacant a few weeks ago and information is already being sent to voters about the special election that will fill the seat.

The election will determine who will replace former supervisor Nathan Fletcher, who resigned last month, weeks after being charged with sexual misconduct in a trial. He denied the allegations.

County election officials on Thursday sent postcards to 400,000 registered voters in District 4, explaining voting options for the Aug. 15 primary.

The election is open to all registered voters in the district, which spans the cities of Lemon Grove and La Mesa and many central San Diego communities, including City Heights, Kearny Mesa, Clairemont and neighborhoods near Balboa Park.

To find out if you live in the district, check the San Diego County Registrar of Electors website.

Each phase of the election is expected to cost between $2.1 million and $2.6 million, with a possible total cost of up to $5.2 million if a runoff in November is required. County plans call for a voting center model, giving voters in District 4 the choice of voting by mail or in person.

All voters will receive an absentee ballot the week of July 16, which they can return by mail or at one of the 27 ballot boxes that will be distributed throughout the district.

Voters can also bring their ballot or vote in person at any of the 14 voting centers that will be open on Election Day, seven of which will also offer in-person early voting for 10 days before that date. Early voting at the registry starts even earlier, starting Monday, July 17.

If no candidate wins a majority of votes, they will go to a second round on November 7. The winner will serve the remainder of the current term, until January 2027.

The nomination period is open until Tuesday.

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