Learn more about political parties, candidates, issues, propositions, and voting in the upcoming 2016 election.

WELCOME TO ELECTION SEASON 2016!

ELECTION DAY IS HERE! VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!

Polls will be open 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Follow the election on the Tracking the Election and Election Results tabs of this guide.

Check out this quick KCRW guide to what's on the ballot!

Take some time to learn about the presidential, senate, and local candidates and the pros/cons of the state and local ballot issues through the tabs of this guide. The results will impact you and your families for years to come!

DATES to KNOW

July 18 - 21, 2016 - the Republican National Convention was held in Cleveland, Ohio and Donald Trump was selected as the Republican candidate for president.

July 25 - July 28, 2016 - the Democratic National Convention was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The delegates elected Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee.

October 24, 2016  - Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off in the November 8, 2016 General Election. To vote in this election you need to register, if you haven't already, by Oct. 24!

November 1, 2016 - request your Vote-By-Mail Ballot for the 2016 General Election by the end of today.

November 8, 2016 - Election Day. The American people will cast their vote for the next president by the end of the day!
Polls are open 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

VOTING INFORMATION

   
  • WANT TO VOTE? You must be 18 years old by election day, a US citizen and resident of California along with a few other qualifications. If you meet these requirements you can register to vote online or by mail.  Voter registration forms are available on the counter near the Reserve Book desk or at your local library or post office.  You must register online or send in your form by October 24, 2016 in order to vote in the upcoming general election.  If you have moved since you last voted, you must re-register with your new address.

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  • For more in-depth information on registering and voting check out the Citrus College Voter Registration Project or visit this USA.gov website. Each of the links above offer the opportunity to register to vote. It doesn't matter which site you choose to register on; you only need to register one time.
  • WHAT am I voting for? Look up your sample ballot before you go to the polls or create your own voter's guide at Vote411.org.  At Vote411 you can compare the candidates' positions before printing out a sample ballot to take with you to your voting location. If you do not find information at the links above, it is because it is too far out from the election date. Check back later.
  • Read more about voting in Los Angeles County including information about access to ballots in other languages, voting accessibility and election calendars. And, if you live in San Bernardino County a cornucopia of information can be found on their Elections Office web site.
  • And, you can even earn money this election (up to $175 for the day!) by signing up to be a pollworker in LA County or SB County.   

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