RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Mail-in ballots for the Nov. 3 general election will be going out to all registered voters in Riverside County in just under five weeks, but Registrar of Voters Rebecca Spencer said Tuesday, Sept. 1 that in-person voting will still be permitted with precautions. "We're encouraging all voters to fill out their vote-by-mail ballots and only go to the 'vote centers' if they need assistance,'' Spencer said. "Voters who never received a ballot, made a mistake and voided their ballot, or who may need audio or bilingual help — those are the voters we would like to see at the vote centers.'' She further noted that individuals who choose to vote in person are not required to wear a mask. Federal law prohibits interference with exercising civic rights except under specific cond
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