We are complaining about our politicians. We are blaming personal disasters on our Presidents. We all do that, strangely enough come election time not all of us vote. The silent voters, the voters who don’t vote shape our today and the future.
The new Presidential Election is approaching fast and this one is particularly important. No matter your preference, this time it’s particularly important to cast a vote.
You may, or may not, agree with the popular choice once the election is over. But if you don’t vote, the future won’t go your way and you’ll have a GOOD reason to blame yourself.
This year is an important year for our nation. All eligible Californians should register to vote and cast a ballot. Registration deadline to vote in the November 8 election is October 24.
Voter registration and nonpartisan programs on ballot measures are available at your local library. Sign up to vote, or check if you are registered.
Learn about the measures that will be on your ballot. The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles will present non-partisan descriptions of ballot measures at their popular Pros and Cons programs. Get the facts, hear the arguments, and decide for yourself!
Keep your voter information current
Have you’ve moved since the last election? Have you’ve recently turned 18? Not sure if you are registered to vote? Drop by and volunteers from the City Clerk’s Office will help you register to vote on the spot, verify your voter registration status, or help answer your questions.
Dates and Times
Contact your local Greater Los Angeles library about its schedule.
Voter registration and verification forms are available in other government offices in L.A. as well. In addition, you can check your voter registration status Online.
1.2 million eligible voters in L.A. are NOT registered to vote. The final outcome of a presidential election is often decided by much fewer votes than that. Make this year different: REGISTER and VOTE!
VOTE: Your country. Your voice. Your vote.
Prepare now, make sure you are registered to vote and your voter information is current. The right to vote is a privilege: claim your right and VOTE!