The 2018 general election is upon us this November! Have you made any decisions yet on how your casting your ballots? In order to make sure you're able to let your voice be heard, follow the instructions below:
Register To Vote
If you're not currently registered to vote, you have until October 22nd to sign up. This is your chance to vote on issues and candidates that will directly impact your life in Los Angeles county! Registering is super quick and easy - you can even do it online at lavote.net. Most government offices also have paper forms if you prefer that method.
Vote By Mail
Eligible voters that would prefer to vote by mail (VBM) can request to do so at lavote.net. You'll be able to vote at your own pace in the convenience of your home with a packet that includes an easy-to-read full face ballot, return envelope, secrecy sleeve and an "I Voted" sticker. You don't even need stamps to complete your submissions, just drop it in the mailbox at any designated VBM drop-off locations.
If you already vote by mail, you don't need to do anything additional besides wait for your materials to arrive on October 9th. If you would like to vote by mail, make sure you request a ballot by October 30th.
Get Out And Vote
You have the chance to make history this Election Day - don't forget to vote on November 6th! Find your polling location and election information at lavote.net. If you're not able to make it out on the day, you can also get information on voting early on the site too.
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