Early voting has begun for the 2022 primary nominating primary election for national, state and Los Angeles city and county offices.
Eligible voters who have not already mailed in their ballots can take them to one of the numerous voting centers throughout the county that opened on May 28. All voting centers will be opened as of Saturday, June 4, and will stay open until Election Dy on Tuesday, June 7.
The ballot includes voting for the US Senate, California governor and state senators, county supervisors and Los Angeles City Council seats.
Voters will receive three mailers: their official sample ballot, a booklet of all Vote Center locations, and a postcard identifying the three closest Vote Center locations and VBM drop-boxes. Find locations at https://locator.lavote.gov/.
To locate one of the 400 Ballot Drop Box locations throughout the County through Election Day, visit https://locator.lavote.gov/locations/vbm.
Eligible voters who missed the May 23 registration deadline can still vote at any Vote Center in Los Angeles County. Under California Election Law, Conditional Voter Registration (CVR) allows a prospective voter to conditionally register and cast a ballot. For more information, please visit https://lavote.gov/home/voting-elections/voter-registration/conditional-voter-registration.
The General Municipal Election is on Nov. 8.
For more information, call (800) 815‐2666 or visit: https://lavote.gov.