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calendar

10/5: Vote-by-mail ballots start going out


10/19: Last day to register to vote online (in-person registration possible up to and including Election Day)


10/22 EVENT: Election Countdown - Your Questions Answered (RSVP and submit a question here)


10/24: In-person voting begins in L.A. and Orange counties (find a vote center here)


10/27: Last day to update your address online


11/3: Election Day (same-day registration OK)

races

We’re looking at key races in L.A. and Orange counties to help you make your decision.

City Council: Your Guide To The 4th District Race

City Council: Your Guide To The 4th District Race

Two Asian American candidates square off in this majority-white L.A. neighborhood.

LA County District Attorney: Former San Francisco DA Gascón Takes On Current DA Lacey

LA County District Attorney: Former San Francisco DA Gascón Takes On Current DA Lacey

It's the latest (and largest) battleground in a national push to elect more liberal district attorneys. Plus, watch a replay of the candidates' debate.

LA County Board Of Supervisors: The Race For The 2nd District

LA County Board Of Supervisors: The Race For The 2nd District

Two political heavyweights face off to succeed Mark Ridley-Thomas. Plus, watch a replay of the candidates' debate.

Congress: What You Need To Know About The Key SoCal Races

Congress: What You Need To Know About The Key SoCal Races

Remember the "blue wave" of 2018? Everyone likes a good rematch.

How To Vote For Judges In LA County

How To Vote For Judges In LA County

You'll be voting to fill three seats. Here's where to start.

props

Measure J: LA County Prop Could Shift $110 Million From Sheriff To Community Investment

Measure J: LA County Prop Could Shift $110 Million From Sheriff To Community Investment

County supervisors want to divert 10% of revenues to community investment programs. They'll need voter approval.

Your Guide To The Ballot Propositions In California's General Election

Your Guide To The Ballot Propositions In California's General Election

There are 12 of them -- and some of them are big. Plus, watch replays of our discussions on key props, along with our "Ballot Cram Session."

faqs

FAQ: Your 2020 Election Questions, Answered

FAQ: Your 2020 Election Questions, Answered

Got a question about voting? We've got answers (and one more live virtual event for you to attend).

FAQ: What To Know About Voting By Mail

FAQ: What To Know About Voting By Mail

Sort fact from fiction, and put your mind at ease.

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