Politics

LA Election Day FAQ: Everything you need to know to vote (map)

A sign points the way to a polling place inside El Mercado de Los Angeles, a Mexico-style marketplace in the East L.A. area during the U.S. presidential election on November 6, 2012.
A sign points the way to a polling place inside El Mercado de Los Angeles, a Mexico-style marketplace in the East L.A. area during the U.S. presidential election on November 6, 2012.
David McNew/Getty Images

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.

Let us know about your voting experience in the interactive map below, on our Facebook page or on Twitter (just mention @KPCC and we'll share your comments with our audience).

ON ELECTION DAY LOGISTICS

ON THE BALLOT

  1. Measure D: Limits on medical marijuana businesses
  2. Measure E: Limits on medical marijuana collectives
  3. Measure F: Regulate medical marijuana collectives with an introductory period of registrations and requirements
  1. District 1 - Highland Park, Chinatown,Westlake, Montecito Heights to Pico Union
  2. District 6 - North Hollywood, Van Nuys to Sun Valley 
  3. District 9 - Downtown and South LA
  4. District 13 - Echo Park, Silver Lake, Hollywood