South Lake Tahoe, CA…El Dorado County Registrar of Voters today announced the opening of the Vote Center in South Lake Tahoe areas after residents in some communities have been allowed to return due to Caldor Fire evacuations.
“We’re glad we are able to open a Vote Center at the Lake Tahoe Community College this Friday to serve those in South Lake Tahoe, especially in light of the recent evacuations” said Registrar of Voters, Bill O’Neill.
The Vote Center is located at Lake Tahoe Community College 1 College Drive, South Lake Tahoe and will be open Sept. 10 from 1PM-4:30PM, Sept. 11-13 from 8:30PM-4:30PM and Sept. 14 from 7AM-8PM.
All drop boxes are open and ballots have been retrieved. Locations and hours can be found here.
“We recognize this is a very stressful time for many returning to their homes after the Caldor fire. We’re dedicated to making this process as easy as possible for residents to cast their ballot in the recall election,” O’Neill said.
Residents can call 530-621-7480 with questions.
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