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Your Vote = Your Voice at the Local, State, and Federal level

Make sure you’re registered. The California Secretary of State’s website offers a place to check your status or get registered. To vote in the Presidential Election, you must register by Monday, October 19th, 2020.

Voting is getting easier

Governor Gavin Newsom recently announced that every registered voter in California would receive a vote by mail ballot to help us exercise our right to vote safely. Tip: Verify your mailing address.

Additionally, The California Primary in March 2020 saw Los Angeles experience a new voting procedure that allowed you to vote over a period of 11 days instead of the traditional one among other benefits. Learn more about it at LA Vote today.

In Person Voting on Election Night

Hours on Election Day are traditionally from 7 am – 8pm but there’s a good chance modifications will be in place to abide with any physical distancing orders. To stay up to date on all things related to voting in California, including any orders to help reduce the spread of Covid-19, please visit the following websites:

Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder

San Bernardino County Elections Offi­ce of the Registrar of Voters

Presidential Election Night is set for Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020.

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