More than 500 additional voting centers opened for the second weekend of voting in the California primary election.
A total of 642 voting centers are now open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. for in-person voting or ballot drop-off.
Click on here to find a location near you. Here’s how to track your ballot once you’ve mailed or dropped it off.
Registered voters who have received mail-in ballots can return their ballots by mail by Tuesday, drop them off at a voting center or an official mail-in ballot drop box, which can be found here.
People who missed the registration deadline can still register at any Los Angeles County voting center through Tuesday. Once registered, voters will receive a conditional registration ballot to vote. The ballot will be counted once verified.
More information on the conditional voter registration process is available at bit.ly/3lsQ9D2.
Los Angeles voters will decide citywide races for mayor, comptroller and city attorney, and city council districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15. LA County voters will also decide the race for the LA County Sheriff and two supervisor seats.
The primary also includes elections for governor, U.S. Senate, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state comptroller, treasurer, attorney general, insurance commissioner, state council member of equalization, the state superintendent of public instruction, the U.S. representative in Congress, the state senator. and member of the national assembly, as well as other local candidates.
The top two candidates from each race will continue to a runoff in November, unless a candidate receives more than 50% of the vote in the primary. Elections for Los Angeles City Council Districts 1, 3, 7 and 9 include only two candidates and will be decided in June.