Get Ready to Vote – March 3

A man and woman walk past a Department of Elections sign while entering City Hall in San Francisco, Tuesday, June 7, 2016. Voter turnout is expected to be higher then normal in the nation's most populous state for Tuesday's presidential primary. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

The LA County Registrar has done away with voting on a single day in a neighborhood polling place with a paper ballot. Under the new system, you can vote over an 11-day period on touch screens at regional voting centers (see where the voting centers will be located here). While the new system is supposed to make voting faster, easier and more convenient, some people will no doubt find it unfamiliar or confusing. Familiarize yourself with the new voting experience here!

If you are not a member of a political party (if you are registered as “no party preference” or “decline to state”), you will not see any presidential candidates on your ballot unless you take an extra step and request a different ballot for one of the parties that allows voting from unaffiliated voters. If you vote at the polls, you can request in person.

If you have moved, changed your name, or if your signature may have changed overtime, you need to re-register. Register to vote by February 18, 2020. Check your registration status.

Find a Vote Center near you or take a look at a list of Vote Centers in Culver City, go to

Ting Internet is in Culver City!

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