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It’s Super Tuesday, Mar. 3 And Here Are The Stories We’re Following Today

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For real though, it’s time to vote. In case you missed it, polling places are out, voting centers are in. As long as you’re registered, you can vote at any center in L.A. County.

Also, if you’re still not entirely sure what Prop. 13 is, who’s running for Superior Court Judge or what Measure R will mean for the county, this is a judgement-free zone: Check out our voting guide for everything you need to know about L.A.’s local races.

Here’s what else we’re following:

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  • The ports of L.A. and Long Beach may be laying off people due to decreased trade caused by coronavirus, reports David Wagner.
  • Mariana Dale reports on a preschool in the San Fernando Valley that’s working with teachers to help students cope with trauma.
  • Libby Denkmann has your reality check on why California may take a bit of time to count votes and determine winners.
  • Stay right here on The LATEST for full coverage of local elections, with reporters at voting centers, election parties and local hotspots to talk to candidates and stakeholders alike.

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The news cycle moves fast. Some stories don't pan out. Others get added. Consider this today's first draft.