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Register to Vote

 Register to vote in person by November 8. Find your nearest location. 

Vote by mail

All mail-in ballots should be postmarked by November 8. Early voting starts October 10 so send it early.

Los Angeles Urban League Voter Guide

Download our voter guide and learn about our positions on the propositions.

The last day to vote is Tuesday, November 8 (election Day)

Registration Deadlines

Online: Oct. 24
By mail: Postmarked by Nov. 8
In person: Nov. 8

Find your polling center

Early voting centers are located throughout Los Angeles. Find your nearest location.

Absentee Ballot Deadlines

Return by mail: Postmarked by Nov. 8
Return in person: Nov. 8 by 8:00 p.m.

California Propositions

Vote YES
PROP 1: RIGHT TO REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM. AMENDMENT LEGISLATIVELY REFERRED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.

A YES vote supports amending the state constitution to prohibit the state from interfering with or denying an individual’s reproductive freedom, which is defined to include a right to an abortion and a right to contraceptives.

PROP 28: REQUIRES FUNDING FOR K-12 ART AND MUSIC EDUCATION. CITIZEN-INITIATED STATE STATUTE.

A YES vote supports this ballot initiative to:

  • Require an annual source of funding for K-12 public schools for arts and music education equal to, at minimum, 1% of the total state and local revenues that local education agencies receive under Proposition 98.
  • Distribute a portion of the additional funding based on a local education agency’s share of economically disadvantaged students.
  • Require schools with 500 or more students to use 80% of the funding for employing teachers and 20% to training and materials.
PROP 31: FLAVORED TOBACCO PRODUCTS BAN REFERENDUM VETO REFERENDUM.

A YES vote is to uphold the contested legislation, Senate Bill 793 (SB 793), which would ban the sale of flavored tobacco products.

PROP LH: AUTHORIZATION FOR ADDITIONAL LOW-INCOME HOUSING.

A YES vote authorizes public entities in the City of Los Angeles to develop, construct, or acquire an additional 5,000 units of low-income rental housing in each Council District.