Vote by mail drop-off locations available throughout LA County

Tuesday, October 4th, 2016. Filed under: Local News Offers Services
Vote by mail flyer (courtesy of http://lavote.net/)

Vote by mail flyer (courtesy of http://lavote.net/)

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced his department has partnered with 70 City Clerks across LA County to serve as Vote by Mail (VBM) ballot drop-off locations for the November 8thPresidential General Election.

Voters who prefer to drop off their Vote by Mail ballot in-person will have that opportunity by visiting one of the many convenient drop-off locations. In addition to the 70 City Clerk offices, the RR/CC’s 6 branch offices will also be serving as drop-off locations.

The VBM drop-off locations will be available starting Tuesday, October 11 and will continue until Monday, November 7.

Find the nearest Drop-Off Location, and their hours of operation.

Vote by mail flyer (courtesy of http://lavote.net/)

Vote by mail flyer (courtesy of http://lavote.net/)

The deadline to request a Vote by Mail ballot is November 1, requesting a VBM ballot is very easy, visit lavote.net to apply. Unsure if you’re a Vote by Mail voter? Check your VBM status online.

Vote by Mail voters who choose to vote at their polling place on Election Day may do so, but they must bring their VBM ballot to surrender at their polling place.

The mission of the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk is to serve Los Angeles County by providing essential records management and election services in a fair, accessible and transparent manner. For more information, visit lavote.net and follow us on Twitter@LACountyRRCC.

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