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Patton Oswalt Jun 5
Go and do likewise, please!
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Metro Nov 6
Now through midnight: Rides are free on Metro today to help you get to your polling place.
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Matthew Gottula 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 30
Hey thank you California & for saving this Millennial voter the hassle of searching for a stamp! No postage necessary to vote-by-mail in my district. New cleaner ballot design is nice too. Voting should be made easier, NOT harder. 🗳✅
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DSA Los Angeles 🌹 Nov 6
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Greg Palast Jun 6
The implosion of the CA voter registration records system—that omitted 118,522 voters from lists & affected 1,530 of 4,357 LA country precinct locations—shows how the Democratic party establishment maintains this fuster cluck of a system that defeated Sanders.
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Jeff Klein Nov 3
Shout out to the waiting in line for Weekend at West LA College who decided to feed the other voters in line with her using . Pretty festive atmosphere here. Very nice move by that voter.
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DSA Los Angeles 🌹 Jun 5
If you’re waking up this morning totally confused and overwhelmed by all the candidates in the , we got you. Trust your friendly neighborhood socialists, copy the cheat sheet from our voter guide and you’re good to go. Full guide here:
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City of Los Angeles May 29
Want to avoid the polls on election day? There's still time to request a Vote by Mail ballot for the June 5th Statewide Primary Election! You have until 11:59pm tonight. Apply now at !
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Norman Goldman Oct 30
Frances and I just voted! Permanent absentee and dropped off the ballots at the local library. Close by and SUPER convenient! California mailed the materials weeks ago - we filled it all out in the comfort of our own home, in our own time, and thus, a week early.
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Rich Kirkpatrick Nov 6
Wow. Polls in downtown have been heavy with traffic in the precinct I’m working. A lot of first-time, young voters!👏🏽
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Lex Roman May 19
Hey LA! I wrote up a quick voter guide for the June 5 primary. I gathered up a few key resources for the especially important local races (like LA County Supervisors and Superior Court Judges)
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Dean Logan, RR/CC Nov 16
Here are the outstanding ballots left to be counted for the November 6 General Election. Next update Tuesday, November 20.
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Center for the Study of Los Angeles Nov 16
"The late swing in favor of Villanueva came down to the type of voters that cast vote-by-mail and provisional ballots on , according to [StudyLA Director] Fernando Guerra,..."
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MAKI HSIEH Nov 6
Shout out for interviewing my 74-yr old mom registering and voting for the first time. This mid-term is giving a powerful voice to all those hard-working patriotic men AND WOMEN out there. Every vote counts!
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Mayor Eric Garcetti Jun 5
"Elections remind us not only of the rights but the responsibilities of citizenship in a democracy." - Robert F. Kennedy It’s Election Day and Angelenos are heading to . The polls are open until 8 p.m. You can find more info online at .
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Kenny Uong May 10
I’m old enough to vote!! So exciting!
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DSA Los Angeles 🌹 Jun 5
Stuck at work and can’t vote? That’s illegal! California state law entitles you to up to two hours at the beginning or end of your shift to vote. Don’t let your manager tell you otherwise.
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Cassy Horton Nov 14
Northeast and Southeast LA: keep that election high going and get ready to add another "I Voted" sticker to your collection. This one matters big time for kids and families in LA: 17 file for open L.A. school board seat via
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Colin Bogart Nov 6
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Lauryn Ipsum Jun 5
Sure, you COULD cover that awful zit with concealer, but have you considered using an “I voted” sticker instead? Voting: it makes your complexion look great, even during breakouts. 🤘😎
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