Los Angeles County has transitioned from polling places to Vote Centers, which allow voters 11 days to cast a ballot in person during the upcoming election from any Vote Center location Countywide.
Vote Centers will offer new, fully accessible Ballot Marking Devices to make voting easier, including translation of the ballot into 12 languages. These devices will allow voters to cast their votes on a screen, review their selections, then print their ballot for a final review. When the voter has finished reviewing the ballot, they will insert the ballot back into the machine which transfers the ballot directly into a secured ballot box.
It is important to note that when there are more than four candidates running for one office, their names will appear on multiple pages and voters will need to tap the “MORE” bottom at the bottom of the page to view all candidates to make their selection. To learn more about Vote Centers and Ballot Marking Devices, visit vsap.lavote.net.
Please check back for a listing of Vote Center locations.