Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

 

Los Angeles Votes

This year, every registered voter in California will receive a Vote by Mail ballot. If you missed the October 19 voter registration deadline, you can still register and vote in-person at any Vote Center up until Election Day on November 3.

Whether you’re voting by mail or in-person, make a plan to vote as early as possible. Vote by Mail ballots can be immediately returned via mail or official drop boxes — or at all Vote Centers, which are all open from October 30 through Election Day. Find a drop box location or Vote Center.

 

 

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Key Dates 

 

10/5: Vote by Mail ballots mailed out to all registered voters and can be returned by mail or at official drop boxes 

10/19: Last day to register to vote to get a Vote by Mail ballot
If you miss this deadline, you can still register and vote in-person at any Vote Center

10/24: Some Vote Center locations open for safe in-person voting and registration 

10/30: All Vote Center locations open for safe in-person voting and registration

11/3: Election Day – LADOT and Metro rides will be free; last day to mail back Vote by Mail ballots (must be postmarked by 11/3)


Note: If your ballot is postmarked by Election Day and received within 17 days by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder, it will be processed, verified, and counted.

 

 

Make a plan to vote
 

Track your ballot


Where to vote in-person or drop off your ballot


Volunteer to be an Election Worker


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