SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- If you missed the deadline to vote in the June Primary, it's not too late.
According to the County News Center, a new law allows voters who missed the May 21 deadline to register on a later date and vote on that same day.
Those who choose to take advantage of the Conditional Voter Registration law have to visit the Registrar of Voters office in Kearny Mesa.
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The new law allows voters to register and vote in the 14 days prior to and including election day. The 2018 election cycle is the first time the new law is in effect statewide.
For more information call 585-565-5800 or click here.
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