If you've already got your mind all made up about your top three candidates for Mayor, District Attorney and sheriff — as well as those various propositions on the November ballot — you should now feel free to head down to the Department of Elections at City Hall between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any given weekday between now and November 8th to cast your vote early. Look, it's so simple even David Chiu's Wookie sidekick Chiubacca can do it.

If those weekday hours don't fit your busy schedule, be aware that the Department of Elections will also be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the weekends of October 29th and November 5th. Also, if you're an estranged San Franciscan still registered to vote in the city or you requested a vote-by-mail ballot, then it should already be in the capable hands of the postal service and on it's way to your mailbox.

For those of you who haven't quite settled on a candidate yet, there's still plenty of time before election date on November 8th, of course, but we recommend you familiarize yourself with the voter information packet available from the Department of Election website.