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Voting in Echo Park? Here's One Tip

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A reader writes in about Logan Street Elementary School in Echo Park and to remember to check your color code. "There are two precincts voting here, so make sure you know if you are ORANGE or GREEN (it is next to your address on your Official Sample Ballot - or they can tell you there). Cross your fingers for green, as the orange line is much longer." Save for some power outages, voting problems across LA County seem to be few and far between. Lines are obviously long, but people seem to be in high spirits. Log your experience in the comments section of our earlier post.