My Vote. My Health. AltaMed Health Services | California Primary Care Association

At San Ysidro Health, we are dedicated to playing an active role in shaping a healthier, more vibrant community for all. We recognize that our responsibility extends beyond the walls of our clinics. That’s why we are committed to promoting civic engagement via the My Vote. My Health. ™ campaign.

My Vote. My Health. ™ aims to encourage and facilitate civic participation among our patients, staff, and the wider community. Recognizing the profound impact that civic engagement has on public health, we believe that by exercising our right to vote, we can collectively contribute to positive change in our communities.

We encourage you to check your voter registration to ensure there are no delays in receiving your voting materials.

Voter Education

KPBS' Voter Hub and Guía Electoral (en español) aims to help voters get information on all the races and measures on the ballot for all elections.

Voting Options

Every active registered voter will automatically receive a ballot in the mail nearly a month before Election Day. You choose when, where, and how you vote!

Elections are no longer a one-day event and there is no need to wait until Election Day to vote. You can vote in the comfort of your home or visit a Vote Center near you.

The Choice is yours!

Ways to cast your vote:

Voter Center

  • Vote in person or drop off your voted mail ballot at any Vote Center in San Diego County.
  • Some Vote Centers will be open 11 days, including Election Day. All Vote Centers will be open 4 days, including Election Day.

Other services available at Vote Centers:

  • Vote using an accessible ballot marking device
  • Receive voting assistance, including assistance in multiple languages
  • Register to vote or update your registration and vote on the same day
  • Request a replacement ballot and vote on the same day

Vote by Mail

  • Sign and date your return envelope (no postage required), seal your ballot inside, and return it through the U.S. Postal Service.
  • Remember to sign your return envelope! Your signature is required for your mail ballot to count.

Ballot Drop Box

  • Sign and date your return envelope, seal your ballot inside, and return it to any of the Registrar of Voter’s secure ballot drop box locations around the county.