Los Angeles County voters, including those in South Pasadena,
have until Oct. 29 to request a vote by mail ballot for municipal elections
scheduled on Nov. 5.
According to a communiqué by Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan, today, Monday marks the beginning of a 23-day period during which L.A. County voters may request a Vote by Mail.
The county clerk’s office began mailing some 500,000 Vote by Mail ballots to voters Monday, the communiqué said.
“Requesting a Vote by Mail ballot is easy and can be done online or by using the back of the official sample ballot,” the communiqué noted, adding that registered voters can also apply in person at the county clerk’s main office located at 12400 Imperial Hwy., 3rd floor, Room 3002, Norwalk, 90650.
County residents who have already applied for a Vote by Mail ballot can check the status of their ballot online by clicking here.
For more information about the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office and its mission of
providing essential records management and election services, click here.