Riverside County Voter Information Guides with sample ballot to arrive in the mail for March 5 primary election

Voters wait in a line while following social distancing guidelines to drop their ballots off at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, October 2020. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
RIVERSIDE - Approximately 1.3 million Voter Information Guides have started being mailed to Riverside County voters on Thursday, Jan. 25, for the Presidential Primary Election on March 5.The Voter Information Guide was updated this year to include a sample ballot for each political party preference to further assist voters with the voting process. Voters will now be able to mark their selections on this sample ballot, which is identical to the official ballot that will be mailed out by February 5.The Registrar of Voters recommends that voters review all the materials in this guide prior to casting an official ballot via mail, drop box or in person. If voters do not receive a Voter Information Guide in the mail, it can be accessed online at www.voteinfo.net. Voters can also call the
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