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San Luis Obispo County prepares for Primary Elections

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. - Over 45,000 ballots are already being processed, according to election workers with San Luis Obispo County.

“We are focusing on wrapping up as much of the ballot processing for all the vote by mail that have been returned in the mail, as well as in our drop boxes," said County Clerk-Recorder, Elaina Cano.

Crews are processing mailed in ballots and ballots that have been dropped off into the city's voter dropbox.

The county has seen a 25% voter turn out so far.

“I just want everybody to come out and vote. Make your voices heard. This is it. This is how we get the representation that we want," said Elaina Cano.

58 polling places will be open on Election Day throughout San Luis Obispo County.

"It's definitely a right that I think everybody should do especially if you want to express your beliefs. This is a way to do it by voting," said Michael DeCurtins, who lives in Pismo Beach.

To find a polling place near you, click here.

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