Today is Election Day for the California Recall Election.
If you haven’t voted yet, return your ballot by mail or use a Ballot Drop Box near you.
If you’re going to a Vote Center, save time by completing your Interactive Sample Ballot.
Use your 📱 or 💻 to mark your selections before you leave the house.
Once you’re at a Vote Center simply scan the Poll Pass (QR code), confirm your choices, and cast your ballot.
Learn more at isb.lavote.net 🗳
Going to a Vote Center for the California Recall Election? Avoid lines by making a plan to vote early.
Vote Centers open as early as Saturday, September 4 through Election Day, September 14.
Find a Vote Center near you and vote early.
👉 Link in our bio 👈
We’re dedicated to providing all voters in Los Angeles County with an easy, efficient, and accessible voting experience.
If you need assistance reading or marking your ballot then Accessible Vote by Mail may be a solution for you.
Accessible Vote by Mail lets you adjust the font size, color contrast, and language preference to better fit your needs.
Go to ravbm.lavote.net to learn more.
You don’t need to wait for Election Day (September 14) to return your Vote by Mail ballot in the California Recall Election.
Keep our community safe and vote early by mail or at any Ballot Drop Box near you.
Tap the 🔗 in our bio to find a Ballot Drop Box.
With the upcoming Recall Election fast approaching, the easiest and most convenient way to vote is by mail because:
✅ You can stay safe from COVID-19 variants
✅ You can avoid lines
✅ You can vote before Election Day
Tap the 🔗 in our bio to learn more about this safe and easy voting option. #PlanYourVote
September 14th is the official date for the Recall Election, but there is no need to wait until Election Day to make your voice heard.
Every registered voter in Los Angeles County has been mailed a ballot. Once yours arrives, take these easy steps to vote:
1. Fill out the ballot
2. Sign and seal the Return Envelope
3. Put it in your mailbox or a Ballot Drop Box in your community
Visit the link in our bio to learn how you can vote early ➡️ #PlanYourVote
The Recall Election is approaching fast, and you don’t have to wait until Election Day to vote.
Every registered voter in Los Angeles County has been sent a Vote by Mail ballot. You can vote as soon as you receive it!
Visit the 🔗 in our bio to learn how you can easily return your ballot by mail or at a Ballot Drop Box. #PlanYourVote
Have questions about the upcoming Recall Election? Our FAQs answers many questions you may have as you plan your vote, such as:
✔️What is the Recall Election?
⚙️How does this election work?
🗳What is a Ballot Drop Box?
Head to the link in our bio to get your questions answered ➡️ #PlanYourVote
The safest and most convenient way to vote in the upcoming Recall Election is early and by mail.
How does it work? Simply fill out your ballot, seal it, sign it, and place it in your mailbox -- and remember, no postage is necessary!
Visit the 🔗 in our bio to find out how to vote early by mail, or to find a Ballot Drop Box near you. #PlanYourVote
Have you heard there will be a recall election this September?
If more than 50% of California voters vote YES to recall the governor, he will be removed from office and the candidate with the most votes would replace him. If more than 50% vote NO, then he will remain in office.
Head to the link in our bio to learn more about how to participate in this election and how you can make sure your voice is heard 🗳 ⬆️
LA County has made it easy for you to vote early in this election. Don’t wait for Election Day to make your voice heard. Every registered voter will be issued a Vote by Mail ballot! Keep yourself and our community safe by voting with your Vote by Mail ballot and returning it early! Track your ballot every step of the way and learn more about voting by mail at LAVote.net (link in bio).
There are only 6 weeks left until the recall election and the deadline to register to vote is August 30th.
Make sure that you are registered by clicking on the link in our bio for more information.