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Take A Tour Of The First Day Of Voting At Dodger Stadium

Voters who cast their ballots at Dodger Stadium get a special "I Voted" sticker. Libby Denkmann for LAist
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It’s the weekend before Election Day and voters have a lot of options: You can mail-in your ballot or drop it off at a secure ballot box. Or you can do what more than 250,000 Angelenos have already done: go in-person to a vote center.

Some locations have been open all week, but the majority of Los Angeles County vote centers opened Friday morning.

Tiffany Cabrera chose one of the best-known spots to cast her ballot: Dodger Stadium. She joined other fans expressing a mix of civic duty and team loyalty.

“It was an awesome experience,” Cabrera said. “As important as this election is for all of us, coming to one of the most monumental places [in the city] made me feel very proud to be an Angeleno and do my part.”

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The entrance for the vote center is Gate A on Vin Scully Ave. off of Sunset Blvd. Follow the blue line winding through empty parking lots all the way up to Lot P. The vote center is located on the Top Deck concourse — right next to the souvenir shop that’s selling championship gear and memorabilia.

After voting, fans can take in the view of the field, get a special Dodger Stadium “I Voted” sticker, and take selfies.

When the Dodgers won the World Series, the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder doubled the number of ballot machines at the stadium — 70 stations are now available, and there was no wait time on Friday afternoon.

With four days of voting to go, the early in-person vote in L.A. County has already exceeded turnout for the entire early voting period in the primary, the Registrar's office said.

Dodger Stadium is just one of close to 800 L.A. County vote centers open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Monday. Hours expand to 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Election Day.