Anyone who wants to request a vote-by-mail ballot must submit their request by 5 p.m. Tuesday.
The San Luis Obispo Office of the Clerk-Recorder said the requests must be received at their office.
The cut-off date allows the office time to send the vote-by-mail ballot to the voter by election day.
The office said voters can also request a ballot over the phone by calling 805-781-5228.
According to the Office of the Clerk-Recorder press release, nearly 130,000 ballots have been issued to permanent vote-by-mail voters which equals 75-percent of the record-breaking 172,544 registered votes for the November election.
If you have requested a vote by mail ballot and have not received it yet, call the clerk-records office immediately.