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A Hollywood Poll Worker's Warning for Next Tuesday

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LAist reader Eddie Mendoza e-mails us this easy-to-make mistake he (and we) hope you avoid on Election Day: "From my past 3 years of polling experience, I've noticed most voters walk into the wrong polling place. Many believe they should vote at the polling place closest to them, or where they have previously voted and this is usually never the case. If they would like to know where there polling place is they can visit" However, this year, he may see less people doing this since half the state is expected to vote by mail.