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Voting Registrations Break Records, Early Voting Continues

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An estimated 4.2 million of the nearly 10 million residents in Los Angeles County are now registered to vote. On Monday alone, which was the last day to register to vote, almost 20,000 people took part. "The county has already issued 803,122 vote by mail ballots and more than 3,500 voters have visited the Registrar's office in Norwalk to cast early ballots for the presidential election," the Daily News finds.

But why can't there be more early voting locations? Why just Norwalk, an LAist reader asked earlier this week.