Over 2.9M Ballots Cast In LA County So FarOf those, about 2.52 million were through mail-in ballots and another 391,000 were in-person voters.
Dodger Stadium, Hollywood Pantages Among Several LA Landmarks Now Open As Vote CentersThe likes of Dodger Stadium, SoFi Stadium, Banc of California Stadium, the Hollywood Pantages, the Hollywood Palladium and the Magic Castle in Hollywood will open Friday, and remain open daily through Election Day.
In-Person Voting Gets Underway Saturday Across LA CountyA select group of voting centers will open across the region Saturday, with the remainder opening on Oct. 30.
Californians Allowed To Vote Without A MaskRegistered voters who show up at the polls on Election Day without a mask will still be allowed to vote, according to the state’s election guidelines. State officials also hope to avoid any confrontations at polling locations.
370K Mail-Ballots Cast So Far By LA County ResidentsL.A. County had more than 5.7 million registered voters, about one-fourth of all voters in California.
People With Disabilities Face Greater Barriers To Vote During PandemicPeople with disabilities often face barriers when trying to cast their ballots during the election. This year, with the added health risk of the COVID-19 pandemic, they must overcome even more obstacles to make sure their voices are heard.
Dodger Stadium To Serve As Vote Center For Presidential General ElectionThe Los Angeles Dodgers, L.A. County Registrar-Recorder, and California Secretary of State announced Thursday that Dodger Stadium will serve as a vote center for the upcoming presidential general election.
LA County Voters Will Be Able To Track Wait Times At Polls During November ElectionAll registered voters in L.A. County will receive vote-by-mail ballots for the November election, but officials said those who still want to vote in person will now be able to track wait times at polling sites and find the vote center with the shortest line
Newsom Signs Bill Allowing California Voters To Switch Party Affiliation On Election DayUnder a new law, California voters will be able to change their political party affiliation and their address at the poll booth on election day.
San Francisco Is Allowing Noncitizens To Vote, But Few WillSan Francisco has become the largest U.S. city to give people in the country illegally and other noncitizens the right to vote in a local election, but the possibility of the Trump administration learning their identities appears to have kept people away: only 35 noncitizens have registered.
Voting Begins In Los Angeles CountyEarly voting began today in Los Angeles County for the Nov. 6 general election.