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This moment calls for all of us to vote our conscience.  

I want to acknowledge that the news has been heavy lately. And it’s time like these that I look for ways to take action. For me, voting helps me feel like I’m doing something productive to better serve my community. If you’re registered to vote in California, I hope you’ll join me in voting in the primary election by June 7th.  

There’s a lot on the line for our communities this election. Your vote is the easiest and most important way to make your voice heard and ensure that our San Gabriel Valley communities remain healthy and safe.  

Ballots were mailed beginning on May 9, so you should have already received yours. If you haven’t voted yet, make a plan now! If you’ve already voted, check in with your family and friends and make sure they have a plan to vote. 

Important dates to remember: 

May 28---Vote Centers open throughout Los Angeles County 

May 31---Last day to request a replacement Vote-By-Mail ballot. If you were expecting your ballot, but did not receive one in the mail, call (800) 815-2666 for assistance. 

June 7---Election Day 

After you submit your ballot you can, track it by visiting:  https://california.ballottrax.net/voter/ 


As you fill out your ballot: 

  • Use blue or black ink only and completely fill in the oval for your selections 
  • Sign the back of your envelope! Your signature must match the signature on your Driver's License or ID,  or the form you filled out when you registered to vote. 
  • Enter the full date under your signature (e.g., 06/01/2022). 

Once you fill out your ballot, you have until June 7th at 8pm to drop it off at: 

  • A secure Drop Box location. No postage needed. 
  • Any Vote Center in LA County. Same-day voter registration is also available.
  • At the LA County Registrar Recorder’s office in Norwalk located at 12400 Imperial Hwy. Norwalk, CA 90650.  Same-day voter registration is also available.
  • The US Postal Service. While we recommend you drop off your ballot at a Drop Box or Vote Center location, you can still mail your ballot. Mailed ballots do not require a stamp, but must be postmarked on or before June 7. 

There are safe and accessible in person voting options: 

  • Vote in person at your polling place or a LA county vote center by 8 pm on June 7.
  • To find the location of your polling place or nearest vote center visit lavote.gov or text “Vote” to: GOVOTE (468683) 

Vote early and in EVERY election! 

Norma Rodriguez

Director of Public Affairs