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Mock Election

In 2020, the Los Angeles County will introduce a new voting experience that will address many concerns about the current and aging voting system. To prepare for this change, LA County will conduct a mock election on September 28th & 29th 2019 at locations throughout the County.

The mock election will serve as a way for LA County to gather feedback from voters about their thoughts on the new modernized voting system. This will ensure that the county is responsive to the needs of LA residents when it comes to exercising their right to vote. An increased responsiveness to the voting needs of Angelenos will in turn make Los Angeles a hub for innovation, policy changes, and government transparency.

The mock election is a county wide event that is all about voter engagement, activation, and education. At the various mock election sites, LA County will ensure that the changes to the voting experience and the new voting system are perceived as fun and exciting.

We encourage everyone to get out and participate in the Mock Election to get familiar with the new system and provide feedback to LA County about how the system works for all people. 

Learn more: 
https://lavote.net/home/voting-elections/current-elections/mock-election

Find the mock election nearest you:
https://lavote.net/docs/rrcc/media/mock-election-flyerfinal.pdf

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Voter Resources

The California Secretary of State's website has many voter resources available.

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Online Voter Registration

You can now register to vote online by visiting the California Secretary of State's web site. You will need your California driver license or identification card number, the last four digits of your social security number, and your date of birth. Your information will be provided to the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to retrieve a copy of your DMV signature.

>> Go to the California Secretary of State's online voter registration form

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Voter Registration Cards

NLACRC has Voter Registration Cards available in several languages including English, Spanish, Tagalog, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese. If you are a NLACRC consumer and you would like to receive a card, send an e-mail to webmaster@nlacrc.org.

Voter Preference Forms
The Voter Preference Forms are also available in the same languages as the Voter Registration Cards. If you are a NLACRC consumer or if you are filling out an intake application for NLACRC, please fill out a Voter Preference Form and give it to your service coordinator or intake contact person.

>> Go to the Voter Preference Forms page

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Voter resources

Voting by mail:
www.sos.ca.gov/elections/vote-by-mail/pdf/fill-in-vote-by-mail-app-instruct.pdf

For large print and audio formats:
http://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/alt-versions/

Voting process:
Voter Registration Frequently Asked Questions

Information on how voters with disabilities can vote privately and independently:
www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_dis.htm

Voter hotlines:

The Secretary of State offers phone assistance to voters in 10 languages and Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD):

English (800) 345-VOTE (8683)

Spanish (800) 232-VOTA (8682)

Chinese (800) 339-2857

Hindi (800) 345-2692

Japanese (800) 339-2865

Khmer (888) 345-4917

Korean (866) 575-1558

Tagalog (800) 339-2957

Thai (855) 345-3933

Vietnamese (800) 339-8163

TDD (800) 833-8683



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