Los Angeles, California – Residents in Los Angeles County will have enough opportunity to cast their votes in advance of Tuesday’s election because hundreds of voting centers will open around the county on Saturday.
A total of 118 voting centers were opened last weekend, with another 522 anticipated to open today. The centers are planned to remain open through Monday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., while on Tuesday, which is the day of the election, the polling sites will operate from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
No matter where they live, county residents have the opportunity to vote at any of the polling locations located across the county through Election Day. Residents may search online at locator.lavote.gov to find the voting location that is most convenient for them.
Ballots for the vote-by-mail system were sent to each and every registered voter in the county, which amounted to around 5.6 million people. Residents still have the option of mailing in their votes or dropping them in one of the drop boxes located across the county. In addition, the ballots may be submitted at any of the voting centers.