ElectionsVote

Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) Dean C. Logan announced a total of 17,718 ballots were cast in the second weekend of early voting in LA County.

The first weekend saw 7,756 early voters whereas the second weekend’s attendance spiked to over 17,718 voters. The total number of early votes for both weekends was 25,474.

“The response to weekend early voting was overwhelming and signals the likelihood of very robust turnout at the polls on Tuesday,” said Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan. “While this is positive in many respects, the limitations of our dated voting system and the limited number of locations also show the need to move forward with plans to expand voting options in the future and to offer a more modernized voting experience. Voters who showed up this weekend were enthusiastic and understanding. We thank them for their patience and perseverance.”

Of the five additional locations the highest turnout was in Culver City with 4,794 total votes cast.

Location

Saturday (Oct. 29)

Sunday (Oct. 30)

Saturday (Nov. 5)

Sunday (Nov. 6)

Norwalk

721

464

1,682

1,470

West Covina

609

549

1,219

1,596

Culver City

797

940

1,353

1,704

North Hollywood

319

269

1,580

1,987

Torrance

661

596

1,541

1,937

Lancaster

819

1,012

763

886

Total:

3,926

3,830

8,138

9,580

Early Voting will still be available today from 8am-5pm at our Norwalk office. A total of 4,523 polling places will be open on Election Day.

The polls open tomorrow at 7am and will be open until 8pm. Find your polling place and view your election information on our website at LAvote.net.

The mission of the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk is to serve Los Angeles County by providing essential records management and election services in a fair, accessible and transparent manner. For more information, visit lavote.net and follow us on Twitter @LACountyRRCC.