Now’s the Time to Register to Vote, or Confirm That You Have

As seen on Dorrington Avenue in West Hollywood

The Nov. 3 election is only 69 days away, so now is the time to take the time to confirm that you are registered to vote. If you want to register online, you must do that by Oct. 19. You also can register via mail by downloading a national voter registration form. You’ll need to mail that form to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk at P.O. Box 1024, Norwalk, CA 90651-1024. It must be postmarked by Oct. 19.

If you think you are registered, you can confirm that by going online to the California Secretary of State’s website to check your status.

Voting will be easier than usual for this election. That’s because the State of California this year will be mailing out ballots to all registered voters by Oct. 12. You must return the ballot by mail, postmarked no later than Nov. 3, which is election day. The ballots come with prepaid return envelopes. Your vote will be counted if the County Registrar’s Office receives it at least 17 days after the election date.  Given concerns about mail delivery times, it would be wise to put your ballot in the mail as early as possible. You also can return your ballot in person or drop in a drop box.  There will be drop boxes in West Hollywood, with their locations announced before the election.

On its website’s elections page, the City of West Hollywood also includes links to voter registration information. It also provides access to a list of the candidates for two seats on the West Hollywood City Council and lists Measure E, a measure on the ballot that would allow the City of West Hollywood to increase its sales tax by 3/4 of one percent, which would make the overall rate 10.25%.

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John Daniel Harrington-Tyrell
John Daniel Harrington-Tyrell
8 months ago

I can confirm that I have

Wehofan
Wehofan
8 months ago

Vote for whoever will protect Weho and its businesses from the rioters and looters. They will be back in November.

greeneyedboy
greeneyedboy
8 months ago
Reply to  Wehofan

whomever*

I’ll choose to vote for someone who will take a pandemic seriously and doesn’t think 180,000 lives lost “is what it is”.

WehoFan
WehoFan
8 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedboy

This is about Weho. Not the presidency. Go back to Twitter.

greeneyedboy
greeneyedboy
8 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

No, it’s about the presidency.

Joshua88
Joshua88
8 months ago
Reply to  WehoFan

So happens that WeHo and the General finally fall on the same day. (We arranged that.)

Equally as important – all elections matter. All votes matter.

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