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October 2020

STRONG OFFSHORE WINDS, EXTREME WILDFIRE RISKS, POWER SHUTOFFS

Red Flag Warning

news story

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning and High Wind Advisory for all of San Mateo County. These conditions are expected to peak later tonight into early tomorrow. This includes strong offshore winds, low relative humidity, and dry vegetation. Please remain vigilant and have a plan. Visit www.readyforwildfire.org to learn what actions you can take to prepare. Possible PG&E power shutoff areas are shown in orange below.

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LIKE NO OTHER

Replacement ballot by 10/27

Late registration

Pacifica voter info

Voting observers

Accessible voting

Early voting

Voter info

Overseas/military

Election workers

How Should I Vote?
You have a vote, and you know you want to use it. Is there a place you can go where ordinary citizens have taken it upon themselves to break down the issues, present the facts, and enable you to make your own choice? Yes, there is. It is right here.

HowShouldIVote2020.org

Truly nonpartisan FACTS about how to vote, unbiased issue analysis:

Voting Info


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JOHN MAYBURY, EDITOR & PUBLISHER, RIPTIDE

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