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Elections

Register or Re-Register to Vote in Los Angeles County

Are you registered to vote? You MUST re-register if:
  • You want to change your party affiliation
  • You have moved
  • You have changed your name

You can now register online at the website of the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder-County Clerk. Voter registration closes 15 days prior to an election.

Essential Election Information from the League of Women Voters

Voter's Edge The League's premier election information website. Key in your address and zip code, and find detailed information on every candidate and every ballot measure. Space on this site is offered to every candidate, free of charge. It features information on the candidates, and links to their own websites.

CA Votes An exciting new service from the League of Women Voters of California Education Fund. This newly designed nonpartisan website covers all the important issues in California and provides information on where to vote.

Easy Voter Guide helps new voters and busy voters learn about how to vote and what will be on the ballot in statewide elections. It also helps people learn how to make change in their community.

The League of Women Voters has prepared a nonpartisan presentation regarding the seventeen statewide ballot propositions which will be on the November 8th ballot. This presentation was taped by Glendale TV6, and it is now available on its YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=miakphWFbWM It is also being broadcast periodically on Glendale TV6; visit their schedule.

The League sponsored candidate forums for the 25th state Senate District election, the 43rd Assembly election and the 5th Supervisorial District election. These are being rebroadcast> on the Burbank Channel--see its schedule, and Glendale TV6--see its schedule. They also may be viewed on YouTube at the 25th state Senate, 43rd Assembly District, and 5th Supervisorial District.

Watching debates is one of the best ways that we can educate ourselves before we head to the voting booth. Luckily, when it comes to figuring out how to get the most out of debate-watching (and having fun while doing it!), LWV has your back.

Whether you already know who you want to vote for or are totally undecided, watching alone or hosting/attending a debate-watching party, here are some tips and information to make sure you get the most of the debate-watching experience. Go to http://lwv.org/content/2016-debate-watching-kit for resources to make you better prepared for watching and learning from debate events.