Voting by mail started October 5. You can send your ballot through the mail, take it to an in-person voting center, or drop it in an official drop box. Ballots must be dropped off or postmarked by November 3, and will be counted if they arrive by November 17. You can track your ballot here.
Voting in person started October 24 at select sites, including one location in Glendale at Impressions Banquet Hall, 212 N Orange St, Glendale CA 91203.
All in-person voting sites will be open from Friday, October 30, to Tuesday, November 3. You can vote at any vote center in LA County. Find a nearby voting location.
If you’re going to vote in person, here are some tips to make it as fast and easy as possible:
1. Wear a mask!
3. Bring your "Quick Check-in Code"
The Quick Check-in Code is a vertical bar code that’s on every mailing you got from the County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. Scanning the code allows a registration clerk to look you up without typing anything. Here is where you can find your Quick Check-in Code:
- Voter registration update (over your name/address)
- By mail ballot (over your name/address)
- Sample ballot (in a large red rectangle)
- Quick check-in flyer (in a large red rectangle)
3. Pre-fill out your ballot and create a "Poll Pass"
You can pre-fill your ballot using the Interactive Sample Ballot tool. It generates a Poll Pass, a QR code filled with your choices, which you can print out or save to your phone. Instead of selecting each contest on the voting machine, you tell the machine to scan the QR code. Be sure to check the results before casting your ballot!