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It’s The Final Day To Vote! We Get You The Latest From Our Reporters On The Ground




Voters casts their ballots at the Pantages Theatre polling station on November 3, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.
Voters casts their ballots at the Pantages Theatre polling station on November 3, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.
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Although counties across the state, including L.A. County, have already recorded a staggering number of returned ballots, many voters will still be showing up in-person at the polls to vote today.

We’re taking you to voting centers across SoCal to hear more from our reporters about what voters are experiencing. Like most things in 2020, voting looks significantly different from years past. Iconic venues like Dodger Stadium, the Pantages, the Forum and the Hollywood Bowl are operating as vote centers, and poll workers will be cleaning equipment between voters and donning PPE to comply with social distancing guidelines. If you’re voting in-person today, we want to hear about what you’re seeing. Have you had to stand in line, or had a relatively breezy experience? Did you feel safe at the polls? What did the COVID-19 precautions look like?

We want to hear from you. Share with us by commenting below or giving us a call at 866-893-5722.

Guests:

Alex Padilla, California Secretary of State; he tweets @AlexPadilla4CA

Sharon McNary, KPCC correspondent; she tweets @KPCCsharon

Jill Replogle, KPCC reporter; she tweets @jillrep

Mariana Dale, KPCC reporter; she tweets @mariana_dale