Election Day is less than two weeks away and the deadline to get mail-in ballots is this week.
Requests for mail-in ballots have to be received by 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Residents can do that by calling the County-Clerk Recorder’s Office or by filling out a form online.
San Luis Obispo County says nearly 120,000 ballots have been marked to be sent by mail, which is more than 70 percent of all voters.
Voter status can be checked at this link.