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10/5: Vote-by-mail ballots start going out 10/19: Last day to register to vote online (in-person registration possible up to and including Election Day)
10/24: In-person voting begins in L.A. and Orange counties (find a vote center here)
10/27: Last day to update your address online
11/3: Election Day (same-day registration OK)
We’re looking at key races in L.A. and Orange counties to help you make your decision.
Two Asian American candidates square off in this majority-white L.A. neighborhood.
It's the latest (and largest) battleground in a national push to elect more liberal district attorneys. Plus, watch a replay of the candidates' debate.
Two political heavyweights face off to succeed Mark Ridley-Thomas. Plus, watch a replay of the candidates' debate.
Two seats are up in November.
Remember the "blue wave" of 2018? Everyone likes a good rematch.
You'll be voting to fill three seats. Here's where to start.
County supervisors want to divert 10% of revenues to community investment programs. They'll need voter approval.
There are 12 of them -- and some of them are big. Plus, watch replays of our discussions on key props, along with our "Ballot Cram Session."
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