Los Feliz vote centers open October 30th.
Registered voters can vote in person at any vote center in the County. You can also drop off completed ballots at vote centers or at any of the official drop boxes (it is recommended to drop off your ballot at this point rather than relying on USPS). For all LA County Registrar of Voters information, go to www.LAvote.net or call (800) 815-2666.
There are three Los Feliz vote centers for the upcoming Presidential Election:
- Friendship Auditorium – 3201 Riverside Drive between Los Feliz Boulevard & Hyperion Avenue
- Elysian Masonic Lodge – 1900 N. Vermont Avenue at Franklin Avenue
- St. Casimir Church – 3855 Evans Street at St. George Street
All three locations will be open Friday, October 30th through Tuesday, November 3rd. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. October 30th to November 2nd and 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on November 3rd Election Day.
Certain vote centers are opening on October 24th for extended voting. Centers in the Los Feliz area include:
- Hollywood Hotel, Ballroom – 1160 N Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles
- Los Angeles City College – Student Union Cafeteria, 855 N Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles
- Impressions Banquet Hall – Banquet Hall, 212 N Orange Street, Glendale
Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. October 24th to November 2nd and 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the November 3rd Election Day.
“Let’s all exercise our constitutional rights and do our civic duty by getting out the vote for this election,” said LFIA president Amy Gustincic. “Whether by mail-in or voting in person, be sure to vote.”
Don’t forget there’s a drop-off ballot box in front of the Los Feliz Library at the corner of Hillhurst and Franklin Avenues. Voters can drop off their ballots from now until 8 p.m. on November 3rd.
For all LA County Registrar of Voters information, go to www.LAvote.net or call (800) 815-2666.
Voting Rights Hotline: (800) 345-8683
A hotline has been established by the Secretary of State which voters may call if they believe laws or their rights to freely vote are being violated. The Office of the City Attorney and LAPD are collaborating with other agencies, including the Secretary of State and the District Attorney, to ensure that laws protecting voters and their ability to vote without interference or intimidation are enforced. Representatives of these agencies will be available to coordinate response to voters’ concerns.
Let’s make our votes count!