How and where you vote in 2020 will soon change
Los Angeles County has transitioned from polling places to Vote Centers, which allow voters 11 days to cast a ballot in person during the upcoming election from any Vote Center location Countywide. Vote Centers will offer new, fully accessible Ballot Marking Devices to make voting easier, including translation of the ballot into 12 languages.
Become familiar with the new Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) voting experience at one of Los Angeles County’s Demo Centers.
Anyone may visit a Demo Center to try the new fully accessible Ballot Marking Device (BMD) and preview the Electronic Pollbook. The County is hosting 10 Demo Centers throughout LA County on a rotational basis in January.
Visit the Demo Center in Glendale:
Glendale Police Community Room
131 N. Isabel Street Glendale, CA 91206
DATES & TIMES
Tues., Jan. 7 – Sat., Jan. 25, 2020
Tuesdays - Fridays: 11AM - 8PM
Saturdays: 8AM - 5PM
(Not open Sundays and Mondays)
DEMO CENTER DAYS AND HOURS EXTENDED:
Sunday, January 26th from 8am-5 pm
Monday, January 27th from 8am-5pm
Find other Demo Center locations in LA County here.
Learn more about how to vote in LA County in 2020 here.
#Voting #VotingDates #VotingSolutionsforAllPeople #VSAP #BallotMarkingDevice #BMD #ElectronicPollbook #DemoCenter #LACounty #LosAngelesCounty #GlendalePoliceCommunityRoom