It's Election Day! Here's What You Need To Know
Super Tuesday is finally here. If you're planning on casting your vote today, here's what you need to know:
Polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. This year, you can go to any voting center in the county — and remember that the place you go to vote may be different from past elections. Here's how to check the locations of the voting centers near you.
You can still register to vote or change your party affiliation. California has same-day registration; just walk into a voting center and you can get it done there.
Vote-by-mail ballots are due today. They must be postmarked by March 3 in order to be counted. You can drop them in a mailbox, at a voting center or a vote-by-mail drop box. Here's how to find locations near you.
Here's your sample ballot. If you're in L.A. County, you can fill out an interactive sample ballot ahead of time. It'll give you a QR code that you can then scan on a ballot-marking machine to prepopulate your choices. Then you just have to review and submit.
If you're in Orange County, your sample ballot is here.
We've got guides to local races. We're voting on L.A. County district attorney, Board of Supervisors seats, L.A. Superior Court judges, a statewide proposition for school construction funding and more. Here are guides to:
- LAUSD Board District 3
- LAUSD Board District 7
- L.A. County District Attorney
- L.A. Superior Court Judges
- L.A. County Supervisor 2nd District
- L.A. County Measure R
- California Proposition 13
We're answering all your questions. Have a question about voting? Here are all the ones we've answered so far, but you can ask us anything below and our Voter Game Plan team will do our best to find answers.
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