Community Meetings Kick Off for Public Input on 2020 Vote Centers
LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced that 33 community meetings will take place across Los Angeles County to give residents the opportunity to discuss potential Vote Center locations to be placed within their neighborhoods in 2020.
In March 2020, Los Angeles County will implement a new voting model utilizing vote centers in compliance with the California Voter’s Choice Act passed in 2016. Vote Centers will offer an 11-day voting period in convenient and accessible locations within the County and allow all voters to visit any site in the County to vote regardless of their residential address.
The first community meeting will be held this Friday, November 16, from 6:30PM-8:30PM at the Salvation Army in Compton. Residents from surrounding communities are welcome to attend. Every community meeting will provide an overview to the Voting Solutions for All People voting experience, and will allow community members to ask questions and about Vote Centers locations as well as provide input.
View the full list of community meetings with locations, hours and study areas, or view our interactive map showcasing the community meetings with the same information.
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