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Send your ballot choices to your phone or e-mail

VOTING RESOURCES
• Completed absentee ballots must be received by the elections office by the time the polls close at 8 p.m. on Feb. 5.

• The ballot includes local and state measures, and the presidential primary vote.

• For the presidential contest, Republicans may vote only for candidates in their party. Democrats may vote only for Democratic Party candidates.

• Voters who registered without declaring a political party -- "decline-to-state" voters -- may request a ballot and cast a vote in either the Democratic or American Independent Party primary.

• Find a polling place.

• See live results on election day.

• Read Times coverage of major party candidates and follow links to their websites.

• Visit politics websites, blogs and other online resources.


Directions: 1. Read up on local ballot measures; 2. Mark your vote; 3. Text your plans to your e-mail and/or phone; 4. Take the guide with you to the polls Feb. 5.



E-mail:
(limit one e-mail address)
or
Provider:   Mobile number:
(limit one phone number)


*The Electronic Voter Guide is a service of the Los Angeles Times/latimes.com. To protect user privacy, your information will not be tracked, retained, sold or distributed.

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