Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

 

Los Angeles Votes

Take the first step to make your voice heard: register to vote. Even if you think you’re registered, check your status and make sure your information — such as your current home address — is correct. Every registered voter in California will receive a Vote by Mail ballot. Register or update your information before October 19 to receive your ballot in the mail. Past the October 19 deadline, you can still register and vote in-person at any Vote Center starting October 24 up until Election Day on November 3.

Whether you’re voting by mail or in-person, make a plan to do it as early as possible. Vote by Mail ballots will be sent to all registered voters beginning October 5, and can be immediately returned via mail or official drop boxes — or at all Vote Centers, which begin opening on October 24. Find a drop box location or Vote Center.

 

 

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A blue image with three stars and lines saying find your vote center

 

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


Request election materials in a language other than English