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Tuesday is a pivotal election day and before you hit the polls, the L.A. County Record-Registrar/County Clerk today is urging people to perform a quick pre-election "to do" list before heading out. Thankfully, it's easy to find a lot information about yourself at their website. First, check to make sure you're registered, download your ballot and locate your polling place. Also, remember that if you vote by mail, the ballot must be received at the office by the end of Tuesday, not simply postmarked Nov. 2. So if you haven't mailed in your ballot yet, your best bet is dropping it off at a polling place.