Voters in LA County will be using a new voting system in the March 3 elections. Long gone is the traditional, pre-assigned polling place, be it a fire station or junior high school. Instead, eligible residents will be able to vote at any of the estimated 1,000 voting centers across the county. The centers will be open more hours and days ahead of election day to make voting more convenient. You'll also be able to vote at any vote center throughout the county, not just the one closest to home.
Voting by mail will still be available. Voters will have the choice to send their sealed ballot through the Postal Service, or drop it off at a local drop-off box. Each voting center will have a designated box, and the county is promising other drop-off locations to be available.
Representatives from the Pasadena League of Women Voters will be on campus on February 11 to talk about all the changes to the voting process in LA County. Join us February 11 at noon in Beckman Institute Auditorium to learn about voting centers and the other changes to the process so you're prepared for voting on March 3! No RSVP required.