Election day is here in Los Angeles. We've put together some answers to the most common questions voters may have, along with a few KPCC resources to help you out.
ON ELECTION DAY LOGISTICS
- When do the polls open? Close? Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.
- Where are the nearest polls? Find your nearest Los Angeles county polling place here.
- Am I registered? Check if you are registered in the county of Los Angeles here.
- Can I take time off work to vote? According to state law, you are allowed up to two hours at the beginning or end of your shift to vote, on paid time.
- Who's on the ballot? You can build your own ballot with KPCC's own Voters Guide.
- How do I get there? If you need a ride to the polls, Yellow Cab will offer you a free trip, the L.A. Mayor's office says. Call 1-800-808-7293 and tell them the code word: "LA Vote"
ON THE BALLOT
- Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel are running for mayor. Recap all of KPCC's campaign coverage at KPCC.org/mayor.
- What are the three propositions on marijuana? What's the difference between them? Listen to KPCC's Frank Stolze on AirTalk break down the three marijuana restriction measures:
- Measure D: Limits on medical marijuana businesses
- Measure E: Limits on medical marijuana collectives
- Measure F: Regulate medical marijuana collectives with an introductory period of registrations and requirements
- What about city council? Do you live in a city council district with an election? Use the KPCC MyBallot guide to find out.
- What if I have problems at my polling station? Let us know on KPCC's interactive map below.