Deadline Approaches To Request Vote-By-Mail Ballot For March 7 Election

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Los Angeles County election officials reminded voters Thursday that the deadline to request a vote-by-mail ballot for the March 7 election is Tuesday.

The County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk has mailed more than 2.2 million ballots to voters across the county.

Voters who still wish to request one can apply online at http://www.lavote.net by Feb. 28, use the back of their sample ballot or appear in person at 124000 Imperial Highway, 3rd Floor (Room 3002) in Norwalk.

All vote-by-mail ballots postmarked by Election Day will be counted if received within three days.

The consolidated municipal and special election includes the Los Angeles mayor’s race and a number of municipal measures, as well as a county-wide initiative that would authorize a quarter-cent sales tax to fund services for the homeless.

The deadline to register to vote in the election was on Tuesday. Voters can check their registration status here.

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  1. Yj Draiman says:

    My name is YJ Draiman, an elected member of the Northridge Neighborhood Council for 4 terms, and I am running again for Mayor of Los Angeles. My vision is to improve L.A. for all Angelinos, and it starts initially with 5 crucial issues: bringing good paying JOBS back to L.A.; improving the educational system; fixing our infrastructure; balanced budget; and addressing the homeless epidemic.

    The most fundamental building block of any prosperous city is Economics, which means good paying full time Jobs. I will stop the current loss of good paying jobs and implement an aggressive plan to keep industry, and bring new industry and businesses into L.A. by providing great incentives and employ the unemployed.

    In order to secure the future of L.A. we must ensure the future of our children and grandchildren, which means we MUST substantially improve our Educational System, and do it now. We must utilize city services for all Angelinos equally and provide responsible finance, transparency and full disclosure.
    Thank you
    YJ Draiman
    http://draimanformayor.com

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